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What the PM forgot
I read and re-read Manmohan Singh’s speech to the 14th summit of the non-aligned movement on September 15 in Havana with bewilderment and amazement. That speech merited a second reading because I could not believe that the prime minister would make n...  | Read.. 
 
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Sir — Pope Benedict XVI’s remark about Islam has been irresponsible (“Pope’s jihad remarks spark Mu ...  | Read.. 
 
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The term, ‘new exploration licensing policy’, is getting incongruous. It is pretty old, being in its sixth round this year, a...| Read.. 
 
LETTER AND SPIRIT
Whose business is it to protest against Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code and to demand that it be struck down' The very d...| Read.. 
 
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For Might, Read May
Any lover of the English language must be permitted his pet hate. I have several. But number one is the now epidemic use of <...  | Read.. 
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Standing together in times of trouble
Defying all expectations, there was no riot in Malegaon, despite the bomb blasts which killed 38 Muslims who had gathered to pray. In 2001, a state reserve police constable sn...  | Read..