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Tale of two lost cities
It could be said this is a tale of two lost cities: Mohenjodaro and Pataliputra. Lost because we have forgotten both. Let me begin with a confession. I am not a historian, even farther away from being an archaeologist. My only justification for raisi...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Labour concerns
Sir ' Instead of thinking of herself as 'underpaid and overworked', 'Anamika' should be grateful th ...  | Read.. 
 
Errata
Sir ' The article, 'The truth about Iran' (Oct 25) contains a significant inaccuracy. Iran, unlike ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
HIKE OMEN
The Reserve Bank of India chose not to spring any surprises in its mid-term review of monetary policy and raised the reverse ...| Read.. 
 
CHANGED TACK
The portrait of a politician as a fugitive is not exactly new in India. But the case of Mr Manabesh Chowdhury shows much mor...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Please come clean
'It's not easy to do business in India', screamed the headline in a leading Indian daily in mid-September, 2005, following th...  | Read.. 
OPED
To douse the raging forest fire
Instead of shelving the tribal bill, legislators can rework it to reconcile tribalsí claims to justice with the nationís ecological concerns, writes Mahesh Rangarajan ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
To be in love with a country or a political regime is a tricky business. You get your heart broken even more surely than by being in love with a person. ' DORIS MAY LESSING