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Helmsman and boatman
A social activist I greatly admire recently began a public lecture by saying: 'We cannot all be Gandhi or Mao, but we can at least try and imbibe some of their spirit.' For a man of my age the juxtaposition made some ' if not perfect ' sense. But it ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Cutting both ways
Sir ' The chilli pepper spray has become such a huge hit in Indian cities that the report, 'Self-de ...  | Read.. 
 
IT and others
Sir ' First causing the injury and then applying a balm ' what is this bizarre drama that Buddhadeb ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
CHANGE OF GUARD
Exits are never easy. Some people do it better than others but only a consummate actor leaves the stage with his exit lines u...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Dreaming of paradise
I went to bed as usual around 10 pm. And in my usual surroundings ' bookshelves on my right side and behind my head, a table...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Art very possibly ought to be the supreme achievement, the 'accomplished', but there is the other satisfactory effect ' that of a man hurling himself at an indomitable chaos and yanking and hauling as much of it as possible into some sort of order (or beauty) aware of it both as chaos and as potential. ' EZRA POUND
 
PEOPLE
UNEASY LIES THE HEAD
Buta Singh’s tenure as the governor of Bihar may have frequently hit the headlines, but many believe that the politician...  | Read..