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A matter of impressions
What is the most impressive building in India' My choice would be the Viceregal Lodge in Delhi, now known as Rashtrapati Bhavan. Starting six furlongs away at India Gate, one approaches it along the broad Kingsway, known now as Rajpath. One sees less...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Thick as oil
Sir ' It is understood that K. Natwar Singh has finally resigned under pressure from the Congress h ...  | Read.. 
 
Sleep over it
Sir ' Yet another allegation of death from medical neglect, and again a flat denial of charges by t ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
LEFT WANTING
There must be no going back on the decision to reduce the interest rate on the employees provident fund scheme to 8.5 per cen...| Read.. 
 
EARLY GROOMING
Confusions may be genuine, or they may be produced with the desire to obscure unavoidable truths. When the government begins ...| Read.. 
 
MALA FIDE
 
Exile as therapy
Parliamentarians have put us all to shame. They continue to misuse this institution at the cost of the Indian people. They be...  | Read.. 
OPED
Children of a lesser god
The award for keeping the best foreign policy story continually on the boil must arguably go to Jagat Singh, the 36-year-old son of the former external affairs minister, K. Na...  | Read.. 
 
The truth behind success stories
Some of the most visible success stories in economic growth and globalization have been less successful in reducing child mortality. China and, to a more modest degree, India ...  | Read.. 
 
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