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The blood of innocents
Piggeries occupied the part of Singapore where we used to live until a stroke of the executive pen banished pigs and pig farmers to another island to make way for a blissful estate of neat bungalows in their own gardens. Similar swift efficiency migh...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Nothing earth-shattering
Sir ' 'NRI's protest award to 'Modi ally' (Jan 10), talks about NRIs booing a recipient of the Pra ...  | Read.. 
 
Backward march
Sir ' The Supreme Court's disapproval of the 5 per cent special quota for Muslims in educational in ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
SAPPHO WASN'T INDIAN
Most startlingly, at least one of the Shiv Sena in Uttar Pradesh seems to know his Sappho. Mr Vijay Kumar of Meerut is a Shiv...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Live life Patiala size
Just as a Patiala peg is double the regular measure that whisky drinkers take at one time, so the men and women of Patiala ar...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
In order that a new theory should constitute a discovery or step forward it should conflict with its predecessor...it should contradict its predecessor; it should overthrow it. In this sense, progress in science ' or at least striking progress ' is always revolutionary. ' KARL RAIMUND POPPER
 
PEOPLE
The tap dancer
Amar Singh has often been in the news. But more often than not, he makes the news as, for instance, when he alleges that his ...  | Read..