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The nation’s not for sale
It is tempting to look at the substance of Manmohan Singh’s reply in the Rajya Sabha on Thursday to the discussion on the Indo-US nuclear deal and, in the process, forget that the prime minister’s handling of the nuclear controversy in recent weeks r...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Shame game
Sir — I have not been shocked by Günter Grass’s exposé of his being a former member of the Waffen-S ...  | Read.. 
 
Play by the rule
Sir — The report, “Security threat in a golf ball” (Aug 5) made interesting reading. The disturbanc ...  | Read.. 
 
Dressing down
Sir — It is a disgrace that even after 59 years of independence, Indian women need to be shackled w ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
SEATS OF STRIFE
Nowhere do the pitfalls of ‘social justice’ make themselves as sharply felt in India as in the case of quotas in higher educa...| Read.. 
 
FLUID FAITH
There were the same signs at roughly the same time. In September 1995, it was Ganesh alone who had been kind enough to drink ...| Read.. 
 
WORDCAGE
 
A burden long shed
What do the names Macaulay and Kipling mean to you' It’s an odd question to raise, you may think, as India enters its 60th ye...  | Read.. 
OPED
Caring for the fields of gold
No one who has known him for long would think of Sadhan Pande as the Communist Party of India (Marxist)’s mole in the Trinamool Congress. Inside the state assembly and outside...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The only way to escape misinterpretation is never to commit oneself to any critical judgement that makes an impact — that is, never say anything. — F.R. LEAVIS