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Calamity imperialism
Poor Vladimir IIich Ulyanov. He died eighty years before the tsunami took place, he could not possibly anticipate the infinite variety the final stage of capitalism, imperialism, is capable of displaying....  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Shadow of perversion
Sir ' I was in Calcutta recently. One evening, I took my fianc' to the Rabindra Sarobar lakes. We w ...  | Read.. 
 
On your marks
Sir ' After reading the reports of the results of board examinations, I have come to believe that < ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
MORE OR LESS
The relationship between numbers and reality is a profound philosophical question. But it takes on a very hard edge when brou...| Read.. 
 
STRIKING OUT
Those who stand aside do not help themselves. The people in Manipur's Thoubal district rightly decided that they needed to st...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
As good as it gets
'If we could get out of this conference without a major blow-up, we would be doing well,' said Matt Martin, deputy director o...  | Read.. 
OPED
Keep to the left: reforms ahead
Deng Xiaoping did not have to face popular elections while his economic reforms changed China. It is Tony Blair's New Labour that perhaps is a closer parallel to Buddhadeb Bha...  | Read.. 
 
It's just another test
Come May, and one can rely on the national television channel to bring together students to share the secrets of their success in their respective board exams with an eager au...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The social problem of the twentieth century is whether civilized nations can restore themselves to sanity after their nineteenth-century aberrations of individualism and capitalism. ' W. ALBION SMALL