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The role of Arcadia
The Oxford Tagore Translations, whose general editor is Sukanta Chaudhuri, gives us pause, and a renewed opportunity to take stock of the achievement and its historical moment. The series gives us not only an overview of the vast range of the work ' ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Sorry for the interruption
Sir ' All of us must have experienced the upshot of irritation every time a television programme is ...  | Read.. 
 
Just cause
Sir ' The apex court's directive to the Orissa government to provide protection to the Muslim coup ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
A DIFFERENT PAIN
Pretending to be pregnant is one thing, being pregnant is another. Women have used the ruse of pregnancy for a variety of pur...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Death throes
Back with a bang
Telling a tale
Hand in hand
Flying start
Race to the finish
SCRIPSI
I wrote somewhere once that the third-rate mind was only happy when it was thinking with the majority, the second-rate mind was only happy when it was thinking with the minority, and the first-rate mind was only happy when it was thinking. ' A.A. MILNE
 
INSIGHT
A tale of two villages
The government is thinking of introducing compulsory reservations for the backward castes in private companies. That has kicked up a rumpus. But have reservations elsewhere worked' Anirban Das Mahapatra visits Takiagaon, a Dalit village in western Uttar Pradesh, while Velly Thevar visits a village in Tamil Nadu where Brahmins, hit by reservations, have been leaving in droves ...  | Read..