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Failure of courage
In the year 2004, India created a record of sorts by surpassing China for the first time in importing military hardware of around $5.7 billion. For the armed forces starved of modern systems for over a decade, faced with procedural bottlenecks that c...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Powerspeak
Sir ' All too often in the past, the left has been accused of anti-nationalism when it warned of t ...  | Read.. 
 
Child's play
Sir ' A generation back, babies were just born. Childless couples could satiate their longing for k ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
AIR STRIKE
Blackmail has become another name for trade unionism in India. Trade unions believe that they can hold the nation to ransom t...| Read.. 
 
LOCAL WRONGS
The stigma against HIV/AIDS in rural Bengal remains a complicated phenomenon. A young man and his wife, living with AIDS in a...| Read.. 
 
OBITUARY
 
Kajal Sengupta (1931-2006)
Sometime in the late Sixties, during the Naxalite movement, Kajal Sengupta entered Presidency College to see a boy being be...  | Read.. 
OPED
Before the dream sours
For decades since our independence, the external affairs ministry harboured an obsession about Pakistan. Foreign governments were regarded as friendly or otherwise based on th...  | Read.. 
 
Prevention is better than cure
A third principle concerns the need for effective cooperation with other institutions, such as research institutes, universities, the prevention services of social security au...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
It is stupid of modern civilization to have given up believing in the devil, when he is the only explanation of it. ' RONALD ARBUTHNOT KNOX