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Art of surrender
Perhaps the most controversial element of the joint statement issued at the conclusion of the one- to-one meeting between the prime minister of India and the president of Pakistan in Havana reads as follows: “They decided to put in place an India-Pak...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Wild woes
Sir — It is pathetic that 21 lions are standing on the brink of death as a result of a failed and e ...  | Read.. 
 
A religious Marxist
Sir — If a kara-wearing turbaned Sikh could be the general secretary of the Communist Party ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
FLYING IS A PAIN
Some people are under the impression that the government in New Delhi is a pre-reform Congress government. Once this impressi...| Read.. 
 
SPIRITED MOVE
Governments and politicians in India are known to use religion for narrow, sectarian purposes. In fact, a government’s active...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
New storm brewing
“We just ignore them”, said the man at the think -tank in Beijing, a senior adviser to the Chinese foreign ministry, and burs...  | Read.. 
OPED
Somnath Hore: An appreciation
Chief minister Jyoti Basu is coming to unveil a bust of Tagore sculpted by Somnath Hore and being gifted to the Nehru Centre by the Government of West Bengal ...  | Read.. 
 
Nutrition in a nuclear age
The success of the application of previously adopted international standards related to the use of ionizing radiation, now used by over 50 countries worldwide, for the control...  | Read.. 
 
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Yet always when I look death in the face,/ When I clamber to the heights of sleep,/ Or when I grow excited with wine,/ Suddenly I meet your face. — W.B. YEATS