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Class act
The archaic English term 'pukka sahib' was once defined as someone whose father had been to the same prep and public school as yours. The quintessential snobbery of that emphasis, not only on old money and heredity but also on its cultural expression...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Without pardon
Sir ' The entire Sarabjeet Singh episode is a political stunt which is proceeding according to a pr ...  | Read.. 
 
Striking distance
Sir ' The new anti-hijacking policy of the United Progressive Alliance is welcome and will go a lon ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
THE MOBILE'S A MUST
At various moments in history, taking a train, flying on a plane and wearing a brassiere could be seen as public assertions o...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Are we a nation of liars'
In a Lahore high court judgment delivered in 1924, two English judges expressed the opinion that all Punjabis were liars. For...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The Red Cow was very respectable, she always behaved like a perfect lady and she knew What was What. To her a thing was either black or white ' there was no question of it being grey or perhaps pink. People were good or they were bad ' there was nothing in between. Dandelions were either sweet or sour ' there were never any moderately nice ones. ' P.L. TRAVERS
 
PEOPLE
Buddha’s man of all reforms
Anthony Salim, the owner of Indonesia’s biggest business empire and one of southeast Asia’s richest men, carries hi...  | Read..