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Memories of Bombay
Like Suketu Mehta, I was born in Calcutta, a city in extremis, in Mehta’s words, and, like him, grew up in Bombay. His father, who worked in the diamond trade, and mine, then a rising executive in the corporate world, probably moved to Bombay ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Unfit for drinking
Sir — Who asked the Centre for Science and Environment to conduct its surveys, what are its creden ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
NO NEED OF A PRIMROSE WAY
Roads as a notion are alluringly poetic — they can lead to the end of the rainbow just as efficiently as they can lead to a g...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
The four letter word
For the people
Carrying on the battle
Father’s daughters
Favourite pastime
Seeking attention
SCRIPSI
I was ready to admit — if only I had been old enough to understand them — all the right-wing truths which an old left-wing man taught me through his actions: that Truth and Myth are one and the same thing, that you have to simulate passion to feel it and that man is a creature of ceremony. — JEAN-PAUL SARTRE
 
INSIGHT
Hard sell in tinsel town
In an episode of Kasamh Se, a Balaji series telecast on Zee TV, Jay Walia and Bani play a game of dumb charades. Jay, ...  | Read..