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Goals and barometers
In an earlier article ('Difficult to measure', The Telegraph, July 19, 2005), I talked about problems of measuring or quantifying governance. Let me now turn to the notion of economic development. It is now recognized that economic development...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
For whom they toil
Sir ' In Haryana, Honda Motors did not even have to come into the picture. The police ...  | Read.. 
 
Law unto himself
Sir ' In 'Shepherd's law' (July 25), Ashok Mitra uses some fancy logic to poke fun at the investmen ...  | Read.. 
 
Be reasonable
Sir ' In 'One man's unreason' (July 21), Sumanta Sen blames the West Bengal government and the ruli ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
DUAL TONE
What Bengal thinks today, Delhi does not think today or tomorrow. This is the conclusion that suggests itself from the two di...| Read.. 
 
FAILING VILLAGES
West Bengal's failure to provide the most basic healthcare to its people becomes all-encompassing when it comes to the villag...| Read.. 
 
OPED
In through the outdoor
No one need regret the repeal of the Illegal Migrants (Determination by Tribunals) Act. The apex court rightly decided that it was not serving to check the problem. That the l...  | Read.. 
 
Keeping the arms under control
We will also help Africa prevent conflict and ensure that previous conflicts do not re-emerge, by:...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Thinking precisely and systematically about something as complex and irregular as a modern economy is very difficult, maybe impossible. ' ROBERT M. SOLOW