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Clearing the air
Delhi's durbar culture is used to the rise and fall of individuals and of groups with clout to influence policy and statecraft. But the most understated rise and decline in recent memory is that of ambassadors in the national capital belonging...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Death of a star
Sir ' I am a Kannadiga and a fanatical fan of Rajkumar since my childhood. I too am upset over his ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
CREDIT BONUS
The Reserve Bank of India's decision to hold interest rates steady at a time when asset prices are soaring, is, to say the le...| Read.. 
 
TIME TO DECIDE
The Supreme Court could not have been clearer in its latest statement on the Sardar Sarovar dam. Some of the court's clarific...| Read.. 
 
WORDCAGE
 
Our Own
Ignorance and sloppiness are the worst enemies of good English. But pedantry is its most irritating friend, and not always a ...  | Read.. 
OPED
Thoroughly engaged
Nobel laureate Amartya Sen speaks to Anasuya Basu about his latest book, Identity and Violence, and his future projects ...  | Read.. 
 
Restoring the balance
Industry at all scales needs reliable water resources to prosper and encourage investment in industrial growth. Available water resources and freedom from water-related diseas...  | Read.. 
 
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