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Time to call the bluff
Every Indian minister, irrespective of party, who goes to Washington boasts of the special treatment he received there. Exploiting that frailty, the Americans, as we now know, lavished flattery on Indira Gandhi even while hating her guts. Manmohan Si...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Calling names
Sir ' Looks like the former American president, Richard Nixon, and his secretary of state, Henry Ki ...  | Read.. 
 
Troubled waters
Sir ' The debate over the Sethusamudram has been convincingly won by J. Jayalalithaa ('Jaya up in a ...  | Read.. 
 
Fly away
Sir ' A few days ago, while standing on the ninth-floor balcony of a house near the Dhakuria Lake, ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
IMRANA'S OBEDIENCE
To obey, and then to disappear: this is what Imrana Bibi seems to want to do most at the moment. In all the public turmoil ov...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Those were the days
People who are grumbling about temperatures soaring above 45 degrees should know that summers of bygone years were much more ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Facts are generally overesteemed. For most practical purposes, a thing is what men think it is. When they judged the earth flat, it was flat. As long as men thought slavery tolerable, it was tolerable. We live down here among shadows, shadows among shadows. ' JOHN HOYER UPDIKE
 
PEOPLE
KICKING UP A STORM
His free-kicks often touch 130 kilometres per hour. But Adriano’s rise up the ladder of stardom has been even faster th...  | Read..