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Traps of the past
Arguably, Bangladesh might never have exploded in violence if geography had not tucked the world's third most populous Muslim nation into the folds of Bharat Mata's sari. History, too, conspires to convince Bangladeshis ' Ziaur Rahman's coinag...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
As Indian as it gets
Sir ' If 'Not all can be 'Indian' (Nov 26), to comply with Section 3 of the Emblems and Names (Pre ...  | Read.. 
 
Big blow
Sir ' Amitabh Bachchan is paying a heavy price for his larger than life image ('Big B in belly both ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir ' Being new to Calcutta, I was shocked by the indifference of the people to issues that directl ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
REVEALING FEARS
Old women can have all the fun. Women in Pushkar in Rajasthan, whether of the soil or from overseas, cannot be touched by men...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Bravery in life and death
My friend, Preetam Giani, of Abbotabad (Pakistan) has a habit of tossing stray thoughts at me which provoke me to think. In h...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
It is, of course, clear that a country with a large foreign population must endeavour, through its schools, to assimilate the children of immigrants...It is, however, unfortunate that a large part of this process should be effected by means of a somewhat blatant nationalism. ' BERTRAND RUSSELL
 
PEOPLE
REBEL WITHOUT A PAUSE
Raj Thackeray may look and talk like the Sena supremo, but he certainly has a mind of his own...  | Read..