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Absolute poverty
It is now considered to be a matter of great national pride, at least by some influential quarters within the country, that the Indian economy is heading towards an eight per cent annual growth rate. More important, the high growth rate is expected t...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Cast away
Sir ' Malvika Singh's analysis of the prime minister's suggestion to allow voting rights to non-res ...  | Read.. 
 
Kajal Sengupta
Sir ' The beautifully written and sensitive obituary on Kajaldi (Feb 1) by Bhaswati Chakravorty bro ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
VIENNESE WOODS
Comrades love conspiracy theories. Spokesmen of the Indian left, over the last few months, have been vociferous in their crit...| Read.. 
 
IN A SHADOW
Peace negotiations are ultimately an act of faith. The ceasefire in Nagaland is based on the faith that it will lead to a pea...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Aiding and Abetting
It was without doubt a bizarre report. Tucked away in the inside pages of this paper, it claimed that Britain's Department fo...  | Read.. 
OPED
A balancing act
In a recent interview, the secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) in West Bengal said that while the BJP openly pursued its economic policies, the Congress is see...  | Read.. 
 
For a world in working order
A last principle to be mentioned here concerns the drive for universal coverage, that is, the need to extend labour inspection's protective and preventive action to the larges...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
It is unfortunate, considering that enthusiasm moves the world, that so few enthusiasts can be trusted to speak the truth. ' A.J. BALFOUR