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What's in a six'
Indian culture not having much time for understatement or self-deprecation, Manmohan Singh's six-out-of-ten self-appraisal at the end of his first year in office has been received with predictable scorn. Even the inadvertent leak is seen as proof of ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Think before you sing
Sir ' It is alright to borrow words from Bollywood ghazals, to send over family members to s ...  | Read.. 
 
Lingua fracas
Sir ' The official return of Meitei to Manipur is a landmark achievement for the people of the stat ...  | Read.. 
 
Work harder
Sir ' The front page of The Telegraph on May 19 announced that the paper would henceforth pu ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
MESSAGE IN THE SPEECH
Issues, and not ideology, should determine policies and support to policies. This almost self-evident premise of politics oft...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
God of all things
General notions that Islam is like any other religion and that one's belief is one's personal business are wrong. The Islamic...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
A child of eight is many-sided. By eighteen most of his auspicious angles have been polished away; he is standardized; transformed, perhaps into the perfect citizen. Your perfect citizen may be a fine fellow, but he is not the perfect man. ' NORMAN DOUGLAS
 
PEOPLE
DEVIL MAY CARE
Funny how fans protest Man Uís takeover by an American billionaire when the club has always placed business above football ...  | Read..