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An elusive peace
It is unbelievable that Israel would launch such a massive ground and air onslaught only to secure the release of the two soldiers Hizbollah captured on July 12. The violence seems even more grotesquely disproportionate because thousands of Arab pris...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Always the fairest
Sir — It is surprising that scholars need to toil to find a truth as mundane as “females are becomi ...  | Read.. 
 
Darkness at noon
Sir — The photograph with the caption, “Artisans have lunch near unfinished idols of Durga in Kuma ...  | Read.. 
 
Brolly query
Sir— The article, “Under the shade” (Aug 6), informs that K.C. Paul and Sons has retail outlets in ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
WHERE FROM HEATHROW'
Condemnation and congratulations are both in order. The former for the dastardly attempt to kill innocent people through a se...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
The going gets good
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has belied forecasts of astrologers and political pundits by wielding power for over two years:...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
It is a common error to think of bad taste as sterile; rather, it is good taste, and good taste alone, that possesses the power to sterilize and is always the first handicap to any creative functioning. One has only to consider the good taste of the French: it has encouraged them not to do anything. — SALVADOR DALI
 
PEOPLE
IN THE HOT SEAT
Judge Pramod Dattatreya Kode, who is handling the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts trial, is a meticulous man — and in 10 years he...  | Read..