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Hands and heads
Shelley once claimed that poets were 'the unacknowledged legislators of the world'. In the decades and centuries since he said this, it has been scientists rather than poets who have been the world's legislators, and acknowledged ones too. The power ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Undue favours
Sir ' The governor of Andhra Pradesh, Sushil Kumar Shinde, has now become a Central minister, than ...  | Read.. 
 
Return to terror
Sir ' Hamas's victory in the just-concluded parliamentary elections in the occupied territories is ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
READ THE WORLD
The classics, it would seem, are what the old want the young to read. Why' Because these works have survived the passage of t...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Republic Day musings
It was the coldest Gantantra Diwas ever. I recall one winter over 70 years ago when the water in the marble fountain in my fa...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
In reality, each reader reads only what is already within himself. The book is only a kind of optical instrument which the writer offers to the reader to enable him to discover in himself what he could not have found but for the aid of the book. ' MARCEL PROUST
 
PEOPLE
Game for a match
If Mahesh Bhupathi’s victory in the Australian Open mixed doubles category on Sunday is any indication, the Bangalorea...  | Read..