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Who are the poor'
Arun Shourie's new book, Falling over Backwards, is both engrossing and disturbing. It is a book against reservations and against judicial populism. Here is a quote from the book: 'The individual, and not the group should be the unit of State ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Behind closed doors
Sir ' Susmita Chakraborthy's death is unfortunate and does not auger well for the army (' 'Suffocat ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
TRADE WINDS
Revisiting old ties is sometimes a good way of forging new ones. When the ancient Silk Route is re-opened at Nathu-la next mo...| Read.. 
 
COSTLY AFFAIR
Marriages may be made in heaven, but their packaging, thankfully, is left for mortals to accomplish. The villagers of Dimbudi...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
In a state of neglect
For those who have heard of but not seen the National library, the sheer grandeur and beauty of the building is bound to invo...  | Read.. 
OPED
Living in the heart of darkness
As the soccer World Cup got under way, the media was full of news of Togo, an African country which made its debut this year. It was natural that the media would be excited ab...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
If I telegraph one of my canvases to New York ... any house-painter should be able to do it properly. A painting is a sign ' just like the sign that indicates a one-way street. ' PABLO PICASSO