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Advertising that works
Advertising was regarded as wasteful expenditure, driving up prices, till the early Eighties criticized it as encouraging 'consumerism', for its influence in persuading people to buy things they did not really need and doing this to children as well....  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Dumb charade
Sir ' Contrary to what Bharat Bhushan ('The audacity of the general', Sept 19) and K.P. Nayar ('The ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
BY THE BOOK
A victory for creative freedom is always to be welcomed. But the fact that the freedom was restrained for some time is reason...| Read.. 
 
NOT IN SICKNESS
In sickness and in health ' but with important exceptions. Public health awareness in India is bringing about significant ch...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
With a foot in the door
The near-tie in the German election, in which chancellor Gerhard Schroeder came from 13 percentage points behind conservative...  | Read.. 
OPED
Real men protect their women
In early September, the Delhi police issued an advertisement in a national daily as part of its campaign against eve-teasing in the capital. It showed three men harassing a co...  | Read.. 
 
To avert the next disaster
With the mitigation and preparedness measures outlined in this and earlier section in position, it is expected that natural hazards could be handled more efficiently to ensure...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
There won't be any revolution in America...The people are all too clean. They spend all their time changing their shorts and washing themselves. You can't feel fierce and revolutionary in a bathroom. ' ERIC ROBERT LINKLATER