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The biggest threat
In the dominant political culture of India, citizens are encouraged to treat terrorism as an unavoidable feature of modern existence and undertake no independent initiatives to counter it. When seven bombs on commuter trains left 200 people dead in M...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Terror at large
Sir ' We are seeing in Lebanon a repeat of what happened earlier in Afghanistan and then Iraq. The ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
IDLE CROP
Land reforms have become an obsession for the unreformed among Bengal's leftists. They would not, therefore, accept the simpl...| Read.. 
 
BY THE WAYSIDE
It is always the weakest link that ultimately makes nonsense of the most impressive enterprises. And the weakest link, amid t...| Read.. 
 
BONA FIDE
 
Going Soft In the Knee
Who was the mole in P.V. Narasimha Rao's office, and who cares about that past history' It is dead and gone, not relevant to ...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
Everyone calls himself a friend, but only a fool relies on it; nothing is commoner than the name, nothing rarer than the thing. ' JEAN DE LA FONTAINE
 
BOOKS
Mole on the nose
a Call To Honour: In Service Of Emergent India By Jaswant Singh, Rupa...  | Read.. 
 
How the East was won
The Jungle, the Japanese and the British Commonwealth Armies at War (1941-4...  | Read.. 
 
Turning a reluctant rebel into a national icon
Raj of the Rani By Tapti Roy, Penguin, Rs 295...  | Read.. 
 
To find that favourite book
For instance, where and how would you find these recent books' William East...  | Read..