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Memories of Bombay
Mehta’s book has the silent intrusiveness, the busyness and ubiquity, the voraciousness of a book of pictures, as well as the largesse that prose gives. But Mehta doesn’t stand at the crossroads in which Singh found himself when confronted with Bomba...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Left in the lurch
Sir — The Centre’s extension of the ban on child labour to children in households and eateries is a ...  | Read.. 
 
Bad line
Sir — On July 28, 2006, I recharged my mobile phone (Airtel connection no. 9831335312), though the ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
TOO INTERESTED
What could be more bizarre than the Union finance ministry advising banks not to follow the monetary policy of the Reserve Ba...| Read.. 
 
SCRIPTED OUT
If information is power, then the custodians of the Indian democracy are still deeply unsure about how much of both is good f...| Read.. 
 
MALA FIDE
 
Folly in high places
Two erudite men, both former ministers of external affairs, both authors, both from Rajasthan, albeit from different communit...  | Read.. 
OPED
Time to look back without anger
On the eve of another birth anniversary , both India and Pakistan should perhaps consider ways to end the bitterness and move on, says Jyoti Malhotra... Read.. 
 
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It is unfortunate, considering that enthusiasm moves the world, that so few enthusiasts can be trusted to speak the truth. — A.J. BALFOUR