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Going on sixty
Midnights children will retire next year. If Salman Rushdie had sat the civil service exams and made the grade, hed be doing sums about his pension in anticipation of turning 60 on August 15, 2007. When independent India completes 60 next year, Ind...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
One more time
Sir Scotland Yard and MI5 deserve full credit for thwarting the plot to blow up in midair ten US ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
DIFFERENT CASE
The stock market has rebounded sharply from its recent lows on the back of a resurgence of net inflows by foreign institution...| Read.. 
 
ART OF SPEECH
There is no denying that making a speech every year on the occasion of Independence Day is a tedious task. The nation expects...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
The cynical way
I used to know when I was being deeply cynical and when I wasnt, said a friend who made it into London before they closed ...  | Read.. 
OPED
More of a bane, less of a boon
The authorities have clearly failed to make a difference between violation of the law in other spheres like adulteration of food and medicine for instance and violation i...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Nations, like men, die by imperceptible disorders. We recognize a doomed people by the way they sneeze or pare their nails. JEAN GIRAUDOUX