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Spires and minarets
Tony Brett's defeat in Oxford's council election was one of many small details that passed unnoticed in the excitement over the gains that the white supremacist British Nationalist Party made in a London suburb. But it could mark a turning point in t...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Pleasant surprise
Sir ' I have been a subscriber of the landline service of Calcutta Telephones for the past 30 years ...  | Read.. 
 
All work, no rest
Sir ' It is a pity to note that the Board of Control for Cricket in India is hell-bent on turning o ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
HAD A GREAT FALL
First to go were the king's men; it was then the king's turn. No two historic events being quite the same, there are differen...| Read.. 
 
OPED
A breach of trust
When I met Thuingaleng Muivah, the general secretary of National Socialist Council of Nagalim in April in Bangkok, I asked hi...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The megalomaniac differs from the narcissist by the fact that he wishes to be powerful rather than charming, and seeks to be feared rather than loved. To this type belong many lunatics and most of the great men of history. ' BERTRAND RUSSELL
 
PEOPLE
Quota king
It was May 21, 1991 — a hot and moonless night. Arjun Singh arrived at 10 Janpath, well past midnight, looking extremely grim and sombre. ...  | Read..