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Reveries of equilibrium
Walras showed through his mathematical exercise that if all these conditions, which define a perfect market, were satisfied, the market would reach a state of equilibrium at the end of the day, yielding maximum possible satisfaction to all buyers and...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Arms and the men
Sir ' The report, 'Query to army stirs row' (Feb 14), has not clarified as to why the United Progre ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
NEW LEFT
It can be easier to win elections than to know what to do with power. The Left Front's election manifesto can be meaningful t...| Read.. 
 
CHICKENS AGAIN
It is now time for India to be menaced by chickens. With more than 30,000 poultry dying of the avian influenza in northern Ma...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
The future shocks
It's exactly the sort of document that an American think-tank would have produced in the year 1900, if they had think-tanks i...  | Read.. 
OPED
How the stalemate machine works
The obvious lesson of Kakopathar is that counter-insurgency operations and negotiations towards peace do not go together, writes Sanjib Baruah ...  | Read.. 
 
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