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The Super Test
'Whoops!' I thought as Sehwag flicked Warne straight into Katich's stomach at short-leg. Bad luck, I thought, out for seventy-six, looking good for a hundred and more. Actually, to be fair to Katich, it wasn't bad luck ' just a first-rate catch. And ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Without a cause c'l'bre
Sir ' Post-Kushboo, the moral police seem to be out in all states, but not without reason perhaps. ...  | Read.. 
 
Selling sports
Sir ' Sumanta Sen takes a myopic view of things in 'Ready, steady, go' (Oct 6). Why would corporate ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
A NEVER-ENDING BOND
'The name is Bond, James Bond.' These words, made famous by Ian Fleming, have been uttered by actors on screen, and by none ...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Follow the leader
Heart of the matter
The say-nothing policy
No action replay
Spoilsports at work
In son-shine and rain
SCRIPSI
A society...which is riven by a dozen oppositions along lines running in every direction, may actually be in less danger of being torn with violence or falling to pieces than one split along just one line. For each new cleavage contributes to narrow the cross clefts, so that one might say that society is sewn together by its internal conflicts. ' EDWARD ALSWORTH ROSS
 
INSIGHT
Haute and happening
Calcutta’s fashion divas have come of age and the city shows signs of becoming a fashion hub, report Vishnupriya Sengupta and Tirna Ray ...  | Read..