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Dilemmas and decisions
As Albert Einstein famously put it, 'Politics is for the moment. An equation is for eternity.' So is peace. So are India's permanent interests. They transcend George W. Bush's current dyspepsia not over what Iran has done but over what it might do. I...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Out of the blue
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Unkind cut
Sir ' The controversy whipped up around the letter served by the income tax department to Amitabh ...  | Read.. 
 
Wrong track
Sir ' Recently, most newspapers carried an advertisement of the Indian Railways, with the caption, ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
CHINA'S GREAT FIREWALL
To what extent does the internet transcend the lie of the land' Such a question arises directly ' and indeed, sinisterly ' fr...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
All in a day's work
Very few of us get the chance of living our lives the way that gives us a sense of fulfilment. The first quarter which we kno...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
To say a man is fallen in love, ' or that he is deeply in love, ' or up to the ears in love, ' and sometimes even over head and ears in it, ' carries an idiomatical kind of implication, that love is a thing below a man:...Let love therefore be what it will, ' my uncle Toby fell into it. ' LAURENCE STERNE
 
PEOPLE
GUNS íNí ROSES
Daya Nayak was once seen with the cityís movers and shakers. But with the Anti-Corruption Bureau having moved for his ar...  | Read..