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The railway children
If the little jharu has become a symbol of how the railway children work for their life and mobility, then there is something else ' less easily visible, but just as ubiquitous ' that might come to symbolize the obverse of this work. This is a...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Let us forget them
Sir ' The letters on the president's advice to governors made amusing reading ('In all fairness', J ...  | Read.. 
 
Happy ending
Sir ' The emotionally-charged farewell letters from both Mukesh and Anil Ambani to the staff of the ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
PRICE OF DIVISION
Election results in Left Front-ruled West Bengal seldom, if ever, go beyond the expected. Thus the left's return to power in ...| Read.. 
 
CAN'T COUNT
To fight a battle of numbers on the brink of disaster is a dangerous form of foolishness. But this is precisely what both the...| Read.. 
 
VIA MEDIA
 
Editor Comes Last
By March, the bright yellow billboards had begun lighting up the Mumbai skyline and surveyors had fanned out across the city,...  | Read.. 
OPED
A lot of huffing and puffing
There is a scene in Satyajit Ray's Seemabaddha where the hero and his friend are discussing the proposed ban on cigarette advertisement. The friend wonders whether this...  | Read.. 
 
Strokes of a genius
The first time I saw Syed Mushtaq Ali was at the Eden Gardens in the 'Defence Fund Match', which was held following the India-China war in 1962. At the time in the early Sixt...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
A sportsman is a man who, every now and then, simply has to go out and kill something. Not that he's cruel. He wouldn't hurt a fly. It's not big enough. ' STEPHEN LEACOCK