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Guest star in Pakistan's act
Lal Krishna Advani has walked into a psychological and propagandist trap. His claim that December 6, 1992 was 'the saddest day' of his life, which a horrified Vishwa Hindu Parishad at once rebutted, will strengthen Muslim belief in Hindu hypocrisy. B...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Hardly the way to show respect
Sir ' Soon after Sunil Dutt's death on May 25, all the news channels started beaming shots of his b ...  | Read.. 
 
Girl power
Sir ' The news report, 'Group of girls takes life back in hand from husbands' (May 28), was intrigu ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
LEAGUE OF NATIONS
Insecurity often gives rise to confused thinking and an inability to confront the inevitable. A peculiar mix of xenophobia an...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Money matters, or does it'
Most people regard money as the yard-stick of success. The more anyone has in one's bank, in farmland, factories, real estate...  | Read.. 
 
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Life is not hurrying/ on to a receding future, nor hankering after/ an imagined past. It is the turning/ aside like Moses to the miracle/ Of the lit bush, to a brightness/ that seemed as transitory as your youth/ once, but is the eternity that awaits you. ' R.S. THOMAS
 
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JACQUES IN THE BOX
Chirac, a lover of sumo wrestling, is not used to losing. But this time he has come up against a powerful new opponent ' th...  | Read.. 
 
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