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Courtly intrigues
In his 'travelogue', From Sea to Sea, Kipling, while observing courtly intrigues in princely Rajasthan, suggests something to the effect that courtly politics can be far more intense than real politics. In actual politics, the politician has t...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Raising hopes
Sir ' The editorial, 'Time to restore' (April 17), accurately identified the folly of autocrats ' t ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
PEOPLE POWER
Historically, the English Revolution of 1640 decided the outcomes of all future conflicts between kings and their people. It ...| Read.. 
 
ONUS OF TRADITION
The Aligarh Muslim University has a rich legacy which it is unable to reconcile with modern reality. It began life as an inst...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Guilty without trial
Envy makes a person blind to his own faults. Most men who are pointing fingers at Jagmohan Dalmiya today belong to this breed...  | Read.. 
OPED
In the eye of the storm
No state in India has been quite the graveyard of confident predictions of psephologists and political commentators as Tamil Nadu. Time and time again, the voters in this vast province, dominated ...  | Read.. 
 
To quench the thirst
In the past decade, water and its governance have featured prominently on the international political agenda ....International efforts to foster water institutional reform hav...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
To the man-in-the-street,who, I'm sorry to say,/ Is a keen observer of life,/ The word 'Intellectual' suggests straight away/ A man who's untrue to his wife. ' W.H. AUDEN