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Of many pasts
Such are the pulls of appropriating History for the Nation that amidst a busy July schedule ' interim report of the oversight committee, negotiations with the IAEA, keeping the allies and tomato prices from going over the top ' the prime minister wil...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Things fall apart
Sir ' The editorial, 'Requiem for a PM' (July 8), is an incisive analysis of the predicament in whi ...  | Read.. 
 
Anything but the king
Sir ' That a consumer court has ordered a television seller to repair a defective set he sold 13 ye ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
DAILY TRIP
The killers are punctual: there is a grim regularity ' and almost casual coordination ' in their hits. This time, they kille...| Read.. 
 
GOING UP IN SMOKE
There is something unsettling about incidents happening in a series. The consecutive failures of two high-profile Indian spac...| Read.. 
 
CHINA DIARY
 
The cup of joy
Eleven Chinese died from heart attacks and cerebral haemorrhage while watching the Fifa World Cup, one of them after the open...  | Read.. 
OPED
Slow train coming round the bend
In 1984, when the Calcutta Metro was inaugurated, it was the first city in India and 85th in the world to give itself a rapid mass transport system. It took another 11 years f...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
A truth is always a compound of two half-truths, and you never reach it, because there is always something more to say. ' TOM STOPPARD