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Since 1st March, 1999
 
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Myth of empire
In India, anniversaries, even of non-events, do not often go unnoticed. Thus it is a bit of a surprise that nobody noticed that on June 20, a myth began the journey to its 150th jubilee. If one were to believe John Zephaniah Holwell, a Dubliner and a...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Slipping through the fingers
Sir ' We often read about the CBI conducting raids against corrupt politicians and bureaucrats to u ...  | Read.. 
 
Hero worship
Sir ' The manner in which the West Bengal government is treating Mukesh Ambani seems to suggest tha ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
CHARITY BEYOND HOME
Charity hardly ever begins at home. Charity begins with the self. It is an extension of the ego: I give, therefore I am. An a...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Fear of kissing
Who's that girl'
No, chief minister
People last
Tired wheels
Skills from the classroom
SCRIPSI
A man who sees another man on the street corner with only a stump for an arm will be so shocked the first time he'll give him sixpence. But the second time, it'll only be a threepenny bit. And if he sees him a third time, he'll have him cold-bloodedly handed over to the police. ' BERTOLT BRECHT
 
INSIGHT
Turbulence in the east
Arjun Prasad Jalan won’t forget the day. The president of the Federation of the Jharkhand Chambers of Commerce and Indus...  | Read..