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Utterly frank and direct
The parallel between Jairam Ramesh’s remarks about Brazil and George Fernandes’s, two years ago, about China, is uncanny. Fernandes could survive such a colossal faux pas because he had votes — without his support in parliament, Vajpayee’s gov...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Away from the top
Sir — India has nothing to lose from Shashi Tharoor failing to make it to the post of the secretary ...  | Read.. 
 
People’s land
Sir — The West Bengal government, just before the all-party meeting on October 4 on the Singur land ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
MAJOR FALLOUT
The nuclear test reportedly conducted by North Korea could have very serious implications for Asian security, and will have a...| Read.. 
 
FUTURE BECKONS
Conventional wisdom quite rightly sees a bandh as a hangover from West Bengal’s past. Yesterday’s bandh may well turn ...| Read.. 
 
MALA FIDE
 
Signs Of The Times
While some of us groan on about all that does not happen in India and the other daily horrors that afflict us because of gros...  | Read.. 
OPED
Beyond the line of fire
A few weeks ago, President Pervez Musharraf was being seen as having pulled off another coup under the nose of the toughest Indian hawks when he got Prime Minister Manmohan Si...  | Read.. 
 
Grappling with domestic abuse
Yet another cricket carnival has arrived in India. For the next three weeks or so, everything that is not cricket — North Korea’s nuclear test to dengue to the Nobel Prize — i...  | Read.. 
 
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Subordination tends greatly to human happiness. Were we all upon an equality, we should have no other enjoyment than mere animal pleasure — SAMUEL JOHNSON