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Cost of a day's work
Yet another wretched bandh was forced upon hapless Calcuttans by their rulers. The ordeal started as a transport strike protesting against the recent hike in petroleum prices but was executed to such perfection that it took the shape of a virt...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Everyman's hero
Sir ' Sachin Tendulkar's statement, 'People seem to have decided a lot of things for me' ('Quote', ...  | Read.. 
 
Ill-gotten, ill kept
Sir ' Transparency International's revelation that Rs 21,068 crore is paid every year by Indians as ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir ' The prime minister visited Calcutta for a few hours on June 26 to attend a private function. ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
DEVIL'S WIND
Terrorism, by its own perverse logic, inevitably strengthens the forces of fundamentalism. The attack on the Ram Janmabhoomi ...| Read.. 
 
GREAT THINGS
The new framework for India's defence ties with the United States of America, for the next ten years, is unarguably an import...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Cosmetic changes only
Will Sunil Gavaskar and his committee members please explain how the recent changes in rules will make cricket more exciting'...  | Read.. 
OPED
Survival strategy
If you've watched some of the Bengali television channels over the past few days, you probably saw Sitaram Yechuri and Brinda Karat in a new light. Of course, the two leading ...  | Read.. 
 
Get the paperwork right
A Maritime Declaration of Health shall conform to the model provided in Annex 8. ...  | Read.. 
 
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Some mystery should be left in the revelation of character in a play, just as a great deal of mystery is always left in the revelation of character in life, even in one's own character to himself. ' TENNESSEE WILLIAMS