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The part is not the whole
Exciting news. Tycoons presiding over international finance capital have taken to reading what was hitherto subversive literature; they have been bowled over by Marx. They, in particular, are ready to hail the The Communist Manifesto as the ne...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Guarding turfs
Sir ' It must be said, with regard to S.L. Rao's article, 'Playing with resources' (May 22), that ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
WRONG CODE
It does not take much to grab attention. By banning the film, The Da Vinci Code, Goa, Punjab, and Nagaland have manage...| Read.. 
 
VALUING SKILLS
Heritage, like culture, is a tricky thing for governments to deal with. Preserving and conserving it must be founded on notio...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
No more forced unions
Within days of Montenegro's successful referendum on independence, prime minister, Milo Djukanovic, will be arriving in Bruss...  | Read.. 
OPED
Taming the wild waters
The criticism of the Three Gorges project is unwarranted. The poor too are capable of managing modern technology, writes Deep K. Datta-Ray ...  | Read.. 
 
Bear the heat with the cold
Just a few months ago, the Poles were treated to a curious spectacle. So I was told on my recent visit to Wroclaw in Poland. Aamir Khan and Kajol were in Zakopane in southern ...  | Read.. 
 
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Somewhere, everywhere, now hidden, now apparent in whatever is written down, is the form of a human being. If we seek to know him, are we idly occupied' ' VIRGINIA WOOLF