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Endgame in Nepal
The seven-party alliance in Nepal has done well so far to hold fast to its demands with continued rejection of the 'offer' from King Gyanendra to transfer executive power to a prime minister of the parties' choice. Seemingly reasonable, the offer is ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Death pact
Sir ' It would be most unfortunate if India signs the bilateral agreement with the US that would re ...  | Read.. 
 
Uncorrected proof
Sir ' The editorial, 'Right sum' (April 18), exposes the hollowness of the West Bengal state govern ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
NOTHING SPECIAL
A state with a past history of socialist planning invariably finds innumerable ways to circumvent the market and to extend th...| Read.. 
 
LIFTING THE FILM
Symbolic connections are always thrilling, and they become more so when layers of symbolism are uncovered. Perhaps that is pa...| Read.. 
 
MALA FIDE
 
When hunger is past
Jammu, 30 years down the road, has lost the Tawi river, which is now close to becoming a nullah. The loss for the city...  | Read.. 
OPED
Requiem to an era
The extreme acts of Rajkumar’s fans, though disturbing, are perhaps the last expression of Kannada nationalism ...  | Read.. 
 
In need of effective management
Much has been made of the digital divide, the uneven distribution worldwide of communications technology and access to, and use of, information. The UN has responded to this b...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Madness need not be all breakdown. It may also be breakthrough. It is potential liberation and renewal as well as enslavement and existential death. ' R.D. LAING