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Quiet restfulness
In the summer of 1857, Debendranath Tagore found himself almost trapped in Simla. There were rumours of Gurkhas on the rampage...and Meerut suddenly seemed quite near. In Swarachita Jiban-Charit, which deals at length with his Himalayan sojour...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Rodents in the seat of power
Sir — Why should “Rats on Writers’ rampage” (Sept 20) raise such a rumpus' These rats have made the ...  | Read.. 
 
Laws of piety
Sir — The editorial, “Kali and the law” (Sept 17), rightly points out that Hinduism is more a matte ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
TWIGGY’S GIRLS
The message must be clear — Twiggy is as bad for health as tobacco. If it is a public health responsibility to persuade young...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Journey’s end
I am as eager to get out of Delhi as I am to return to it. This August, I was counting the days when I could escape from the ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
She [Margaret Thatcher] has been beastly to the Bank of England, has demanded that the BBC ‘set its house in order’ and tends to believe the worst of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. She cannot see an institution without hitting it with her handbag.— JULIAN CRITCHLEY
 
PEOPLE
The purist
Pope Benedict XVI is cast in a different mould — a steely one ...  | Read..