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Two makeover artists
Last month I described the transformation of General Musharraf from a no-holds-barred adversary of India to a jigarjaan dost. Indians have regarded him a bugbear for a long time ' certainly since he masterminded the Kargil adventure and showed...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Old man and the state
Sir ' It was good to read about the 'Man who has seen three centuries' (June 12) ' Habib Miyan. But ...  | Read.. 
 
Institutional politics
Sir ' The Bharatiya Janata Party-led opposition's criticism of the decision to reserve 50 per cent ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir ' The report, 'Indian who could have prevented Vietnam War' (June 7), dug up a lot of memories. ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
IN A HIGH PLACE
Some actions acquire dimensions that go beyond the event. Especially when it is the prime minister undertaking that action. A...| Read.. 
 
STANDING OUT
Does merit always ensure opportunities in higher education for students in West Bengal' A number of cases recently reported i...| Read.. 
 
MALAFIDE
 
Never properly checked
With the mercury soaring, tempers too are rising and there is much anger about the manner in which wrongdoings are condoned a...  | Read.. 
OPED
Look back without anger
Before the recent set-back in China-Japan ties which followed China's sudden cancellation of the visit of a top diplomat to Japan and its criticism of the Japanese leaders' v...  | Read.. 
 
Best of friends, worst of enemies
It is natural to nurture a grouse against someone who has paid you peanuts. But who would think that the price to be paid for an alleged theft of peanuts could be lynching, br...  | Read.. 
 
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I preach there are all kinds of truth, your truth and somebody else's. But behind all of them there is only one truth and that is that there is no truth. ' FLANNERY O' CONNOR