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The right distance
We have superstitions about reform. If one is violated, people say reforms have stopped. An important measure of the commitment of an Indian government to reforms for the chambers and analysts is privatization and disinvestment. Now that they are on ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Blame game
Sir ' While congratulating Italy for winning the World Cup, one cannot help feeling disturbed over ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
MIDNIGHT KNOCK
The idea is to prevent further acts of hate, not to sow the seeds of more hatred. A terrorist attack will naturally spark off...| Read.. 
 
NOT THE SAME
Multiculturalism seems to have its privileged identities. A recent British survey has revealed that Hindus in Britain do not ...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Broken city
As I started my run to catch the Andheri-bound local at Churchgate, I knew that I had got my timing horribly wrong. Somehow, ...  | Read.. 
OPED
Three badges of honour
Dear friend Yazid, I know that few people are allowed to use the name that you have always kept private. However, I do hope you will permit an admirer of yours from distant sh...  | Read.. 
 
No mercy for the offender
Cognizability of offences ' all offences under this Act shall be cognizable. Provided that offences punishable under sections 19 (corporal punishment), 21 (bullying), 25 (oth...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
That is the worst thing about being a middleclass woman...you have more knowledge of yourself and the world: you are equipped to make choices, but there are none left to make. ' ALISON LURIE