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Promises to keep
I am talking of a long time ago, February 1948, when the first 'promises to keep' were recorded. The draft Constitution of India had just been published, though not made available to everybody. We knew the draft embodied the combined wisdom of a very...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Tucked away and forgotten
Sir Why does the media highlight some incidents and ignore others' Take the July 18 edition of The Telegraph...  | Read.. 
 
Tape worm
Sir ' It doesn't need a lot of intelligence to understand why the Mumbai police suppressed the tape ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
UNCLE SAM'S NOD
Even cynics will concede that a major breakthrough in India's relations with the United States of America has been achieved. ...| Read.. 
 
KEEP IT DOWN
What is noise' This was the deceptively simple question facing the Supreme Court recently. The issue was noise pollution, and...| Read.. 
 
PERSONAL POLITICAL
 
What price freedom'
'The media in Pakistan has never been freer.' This is something one hears repeated often by government functionaries, by ordi...  | Read.. 
OPED
Without doing full justice
The recent amendment to the Criminal Procedure Code can neither enforce the rule of law nor reform the criminal justice system, says Tarunabh Khaitan...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Modern man lives more and more in a preponderantly geometric order. All human creation mechanical or industrial is dependent upon geometric intentions. ' FERNAND L'GER