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Since 1st March, 1999
 
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Another brick in the wall
I am not really up on the Bengal Anti-Defacement Act or whatever it's called. Equally, I am not surprised that the rest of India also supposedly follows this ancient piece of Raj legislation that came out of Calcutta, the intention of which was to st...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Scared out of their wits
Sir ' It is shocking to read about the suicide of poultry farmers in Arambagh following the bird-f ...  | Read.. 
 
Stand alone
Sir ' As the assembly elections in Bengal approach, the antics of the political parties get increa ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
BY THAT NAME ALONE
What is not in a name' The fancies, dreams and disillusions of parents and family, the insidious nuances of domestic politics...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Colourful display
State secrets
Mission possible
God's hand
Forgive and forget
Booked forever
SCRIPSI
The majority never has right on its side. Never, I say! That is one of the social lies that a free, thinking man is bound to rebel against. Who makes up the majority in any given country' Is it the wise men or the fools' I think we must agree that the fools are in a terrible overwhelming majority, all the wide world over. ' HENRIK JOHAN IBSEN
 
INSIGHT
The BMC’s changing
The Bengali Middle Class is changing in almost every field, as a Telegraph-MODE survey reveals. Gone are the days when a BMC would subscribe to a life of restraint and modesty, reports Tirna Ray ...  | Read..