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The railway children
On the Black Diamond Express to Asansol, three glimpses of the same child. He is about four years old ' dirty, dressed in oversize rags, crippled by polio. First, he scampers into the compartment, with a little broom and on all fours like a baby lemu...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
India abroad
Sir ' With each passing year, the number and extravagance of the Indian film awards are on the rise ...  | Read.. 
 
Going by the book
Sir ' One can only be encouraged by the decision of the French people to reject the European Union' ...  | Read.. 
 
Water ways
Sir ' The speaker of the Lok Sabha and the president of India have stressed the importance of rainw ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
FLYING RETURNS
The proceedings of the Paris air show demonstrate the transformation a dose of liberalization can bring about. Indian airline...| Read.. 
 
IN RIGHT MEASURE
There are some changes that take place almost invisibly. The demands for justice for the unspeakable horrors that took place ...| Read.. 
 
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But the tongues are still wagging
So, Saharashrijee is alive and exercising. Yet, the tongues are still wagging and some are even seeing in it shades of a Boll...  | Read.. 
OPED
United they stand, divided they lose
The Communist Party of India is restless. In about another five months, Bihar will again go to the polls and the party is desperate to win back for itself even a fraction of t...  | Read.. 
 
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