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Since 1st March, 1999
 
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Mamata Banerjee's tamasha yesterday was a little less ridiculous, at least in personal terms, than the spectacle of two pleasantly spoken and amiable young men and a smart young woman, all three indisputably upper middle class, holding India t...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
The chosen one
Sir ' Sania Mirza seems to have everything going for her. Now she has a world-famous coach willing ...  | Read.. 
 
Run for cover
Sir ' Having read the report, 'IAS officers run from Bihar poll job' (Oct 10), I have a humble sugg ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
ONLY TWO NOTCHES UP
There are cases where a relative improvement brings no joy. It is somewhat like the improvement in the condition of a patient...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
When the earth shakes
The Hindi word bhookump conveys the violence and horror of what actually takes place better than the Urdu bhoochaal...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The man who discovers a new scientific truth has previously had to smash to atoms almost everything he has learnt, and arrives at the new truth with hands blood stained from the slaughter of a thousand platitudes. ' JOS' ORTEGA Y GASSET
 
PEOPLE
Down, but not out
Sourav Ganguly has more than a bad patch and a sore elbow to contend with. One careless stroke and the Prince of Calcutta...  | Read..