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The great forgetting
In 2004, television viewers everywhere were treated to the carefully orchestrated toppling of Saddam's statue in Baghdad. A year later, something strange happened to what has now become a ritual charged with symbolism. In the Congolese capital of Kin...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Mind your language
Sir ' The editorial, 'Back to letters' (May 20), correctly says that email, unlike SMS, does not af ...  | Read.. 
 
More violence
Sir ' The militant attack near two schools in Srinagar is reminiscent of last year's horrible scene ...  | Read.. 
 
Stand by
Sir ' At last the International Cricket Council seems to be going in the right direction ('ICC prop ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
PRESSURE TO PERFORM
If Mr Manmohan Singh were to go back to his alma mater, St John's College, Cambridge, and over a cup of tea with the M...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Generation gap
Third time lucky
Funny side up
Go light on the truth
Sixty years young
Do I smell fowl'
SCRIPSI
To believe practically that the poor and luckless are here only as a nuisance to be abraded and abated, and in some permissible manner made away with, and swept out of sight, is not an amiable faith. ' THOMAS CARLYLE
 
INSIGHT
ĎMany of us didnít even know the government had changedí
Village India is like an out-of-date year-book. When you are in a time-warp, changes ' however important ' pass you by. So th...  | Read.. 
 
Manmohanís Bharat One Year on
Itís the last day of school before it breaks for summer, and the heady aroma of asli ghee ensures that the childr...  | Read..