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Dream of cheap oil
A news item, 'Oil Pressure at Bursting Point' (The Telegraph, July 23, 2005), alleges that the oil refineries incurred losses during the first quarter of 2005-06. This comes hard upon the heels of the price revision of June 21, 2005 as well as...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Friendly noises
Sir ' There is no need to be euphoric about the Bush administration's acceptance of the Indian posi ...  | Read.. 
 
In the woods
Sir ' There is a lot of misconception about the draft scheduled tribes (recognition of forest right ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
TEA & SYMPATHY
The big picture is often the casualty in small bargains. The tripartite agreement that ended the 15-day-old strike in West Be...| Read.. 
 
ONLY RESORT
Egypt is not unacquainted with terrorist attacks. So the three coordinated explosions at Sharm el-Sheikh, the tourist resort ...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Smaller states, happier people
The indefinite economic blockade launched by the All Naga Students Association of Manipur against the state government's deci...  | Read.. 
OPED
Restore with hammer and tongues
Recent discussions on inner Calcutta's central business district have focussed on two keywords ' 'Dalhousie Square' and 'heritage' ' without any firm policy decision on what i...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Most of the world's troubles seem to come from people who are too busy. If only politicians and scientists were lazier, how much happier we should all be. ' EVELYN WAUGH