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Since 1st March, 1999
 
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Kafka's Citi
A friend once explained to me why Diwali made her anxious every year. Her husband worked for the government, and there was bound to be the usual traffic of messenger boys heading for their door, bearing gift-wrapped boxes. Perhaps she was more cons- ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
The bark is worse than the bite
Sir ' Bengalis had better be prepared for more such 'Eleven hours of darkness' (Oct 5) in the futur ...  | Read.. 
 
Festive fervour
Sir ' As in previous years, this year too a number of big-ticket puja pandals will ha ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
SELF AND ILLUSION
Self-perception is not always the best perception. Neither are stereotypes always true. One recent survey revealed that India...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Moving house
What is due
A simple meal
Still in the dumps
Something fishy
Better protection
SCRIPSI
Nothing is more difficult than to determine what a child takes in, and does not take in, of its environment and its teaching. This fact is brought home to me by the hymns which I learned as a child, and never forgot. They mean more to me almost than the finest poetry, and they have for me a permanent value, somehow or other. ' D.H. LAWRENCE
 
INSIGHT
Did Paswan goof up, or did Jaitley'
Ram Vilas Paswan opted for an angioplasty, Arun Jaitley for a bypass. But a huge debate rages on which of the two treatments heart patients should opt for, reports G.S. Mudur...  | Read..