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Since 1st March, 1999
 
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Highway to hell
Using his column in a Delhi broadsheet, Sitaram Yechury, CPI(M) Rajya Sabha member from Bengal, recently made some cogent points about the ominous spreading of American cultural hegemony across the world. Taking off from the UNESCO endorsement of the...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Blame game
Sir ' 'Sania steers clear of pre-marital sex row' (Nov 19), and why not' It was enough to finish Ku ...  | Read.. 
 
Raising a stink
Sir ' As the report, 'Oil crusader gunned down' (Nov 22), noted, a year before B. Manjunathan was k ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
SCIENCE BY VOTE'
In science, progress is always made through the process of building on the achievements of others. Even theories that complet...| Read.. 
 
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SCRIPSI
In...science, all attempts to find any evidence of supernatural beings, of metaphysical concepts, as God, immortality, infinity, etc have thus far failed, and if we are honest, we must confess that in science, there exists no God, no immortality, no soul or mind, as distinct from the body. ' C.P. STEINMETZ
 
INSIGHT
The Vedanta affair
NRI tycoon Anil Agarwal is expanding his metals empire. But in a remote corner of Orissa, he faces a firestorm that could derail at least temporarily his ambitious global gameplan, report Debabrata Mohanty and Anirban Das Mahapatra ...  | Read..