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Since 1st March, 1999
 
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The dynasty forever'
To suggest that the young MP was speaking off the record and therefore one should not take seriously all that he said is little short of fatuous. Since he was speaking off the record, all the greater reason to believe he spoke his mind, he meant ever...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Blasted logic
Sir ' We cannot ignore the obvious implications of the second bomb blasts in Bali on October 1, les ...  | Read.. 
 
In her own right
Sir ' Unlike Hanuma Samavedam, I went to the US on an H1B visa and not riding anyone's coattails ( ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
IN ANOTHER ROLE
Nothing can be a true palliative for the greatest sufferings. For numerous people affected by the earthquake in Kashmir, the ...| Read.. 
 
HOLLOW PROMISE
Even monarchs and military dictators sometimes pretend to be democrats. It is easy, though, to see through the democratic pre...| Read.. 
 
BONA FIDE
 
Let new ideas flow
I have never been able to comprehend why India makes the straightforward things of life, living and work so complicated. To a...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
What is a modern poet's fate'/ To write his thoughts upon a slate;/ The critic spits on what is done,/ Gives it a swipe ' and all is gone. ' THOMAS HOOD
 
BOOKS
Portrait of an artiste
Portrait of an artiste Her evolution as a writer must be the end of one of the many journeys...  | Read.. 
 
Merry go round
The Big Over Easy: An investigation with the Nursery Crime Division By Ja...  | Read.. 
 
An aesthetic experience
The Spice Route: A History By John Keay, John Murray,
£ 4.40...  | Read.. 
 
How a channel was sold
Doordarshan Days By Bhaskar Ghose, Penguin, Rs 395...  | Read.. 
 
History as a patchwork
CULTURE AND THE MAKING OF IDENTITY IN CONTEMPORARY INDIA Edited by Kamala ...  | Read.. 
 

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