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The man in the middle
Jawaharlal Nehru wrote three major books: Glimpses of World History, which began as a series of letters written from jail to his daughter Indira; his autobiography, which was most informative on politics but somewhat reticent about the author'...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
In all strictness
Sir ' 'Monica charms Bhopal police' (Dec 8), is expected of the Indian police force. A fugitive and ...  | Read.. 
 
Braveheart
Sir ' Rahul Gandhi's comments about Bihar during his meeting with Bill Gates were well-timed and we ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
FLYING INDIAN
The word 'airlines' smells of primeval dust. In one of their mini-seconds of dazzled illumination, the wise men in government...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Turn the pages
I keep a record of the books I read. On an average, I read between 30-40 every year. Some I review for The Outlook, ot...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
There are those who prefer to get away inwardly, some with the help of a powerful imagination and an ability to abstract themselves from their surroundings...some with the help of opium or alcohol...I prefer shifting my whole body to shifting my brain, and going round the world to letting my head go round.' A.I. HERZEN
 
PEOPLE
on the offside
Subhas Bhowmick, the East Bengal coach arrested on charges of taking bribes from a businessman, was a football icon who cour...  | Read..