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Nalanda Mark II
When one of Delhi’s brightest senior bureaucrats said he was dashing off to Patna for an economics conference, I couldn’t help asking “Does Bihar have an economy'” Sulkily, he retorted, “It has economists!” The fear of Bihar being similarly landed wi...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Flights of insecurity
Sir — A Kuwaiti airplane closely skirting the “no-fly zone” over the prime minister’s residence exp ...  | Read.. 
 
Death on the fast lane
Sir — Alistair Pareira and his inebriated friends should not be spared as their reckless conduct to ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
PRIVATE WALL, PUBLIC SCRAWL
A very simple point has escaped the authors of the new legislation that will legalize political graffiti on the walls of priv...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Slaying the monster
“Did you know your Muslim friend is in love with Saddam Hussein' She told me so herself,” he said. Later, I confronted my lad...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
I like a story with a bad moral...all good stories have a coarse touch or a bad moral, depend on’t. If the story-tellers could ha’ got decency and god morals from true stories, who’d have troubled to invent parables' —THOMAS HARDY
 
PEOPLE
Licence to thrill
Daniel Craig has proved that the name ...  | Read..