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Always disinterested
The relationship between Australia and India has usually been viewed through the lens of cricket. Don Bradman and Keith Miller were heroes to a generation of Indians reared on nationalist prejudice, which predisposed them to admire those who got the ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Anything for Guinness
Sir — I was astonished to read that doctors performing a laparoscopic cholescystectomy on a 100-yea ...  | Read.. 
 
Telling tales
Sir — Salman Rushdie’s two-part article, “Blood relations” (Oct 22 and 23) was fascinating. Rushdie ...  | Read.. 
 
Road rage
Sir — The other day, I was sitting in a bus, which was waiting in a long queue before the toll tax ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
PEACE, WATER AND TOILETS
Peacekeeping is a tough job, and the United Nations has to do a great deal of it. Cyprus, Lebanon, Georgia, Kosovo, Ethiopia,...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Relic of the past
Those who watched Barkha Dutt’s We the People on the veil must have noticed that the invited audience was largely made...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Tyranny sets up its own echo-chamber; a void where confused signals buzz about at random; where a murmur or innuendo causes panic: so, in the end, the machinery is more likely to vanish, not with war or revolution, but with a puff, or the voice of falling leaves. — BRUCE CHATWIN
 
PEOPLE
Courting Trouble
Ram Jethmalani has taken plunges few others in his profession have dared to even consider...  | Read..