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Changing times
Till even the other day, few Indians would have bothered how German citizens cast their votes in their national elections. Globalization has transformed the picture, and in a most radical manner. Those in charge of call centres in Bangalore, Hyderaba...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Slip of tongue
Sir ' I don't quite understand how premarital sex affects the honour and dignity of women ('Premari ...  | Read.. 
 
Role call
Sir ' The report, 'Another nail in swami coffin' (Sept 20), makes a gross error by describing Sir M ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
WALTZ IN VIENNA
The left belongs to the past, which, as has been said often enough, is a different country where things are done differently....| Read.. 
 
GOOD FENCES
The government and the people rarely see a problem in the same light. The fencing of the India-Bangladesh border shows the di...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
About sporting follies
The front pages of all the mainline dailies insulted intelligent Indians by running the silly story of the row between Gangul...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
Joy shivers in the corner where she knits/ And Conscience always has the rocking-chair,/ Cheerful as when she tortured into fits/ The first cat that was ever killed by Care. ' EDWIN ROBINSON
 
BOOKS
Kicking around the world
Games beyond frontiers: A football fan's odyssey By Richard Brentnall, ...  | Read.. 
 
Birth of the red league
History of the Communist Movement in India: The formative years 1920-1933,...  | Read.. 
 
Public and the private
What is the impact of civil society on the Indian state' Does India have a ...  | Read.. 
 
On a little island
James, as is her style, plays off the beauty and the calm of the place with...  | Read.. 
 
Star signs
The other side of Israel: My journey across the Jewish-Arab divide By Sus...  | Read.. 
 

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