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Out in the courtyard
When I first met Kolatkar in 2000, Bombay had already become Mumbai, and the Hindu chauvinist parties, the Shiv Sena and the BJP, were at their most active and aggressive in the city — perhaps in prescient nervousness at an election defeat later that...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Uses of power
Sir — Most predictions about India may have been proved false by history, as Ramachandra Guha insis ...  | Read.. 
 
False assumption
Sir — The article, “Tata Steel game for a unit in Brazil” (Nov 13), erroneously mentions that the c ...  | Read.. 
 
Star trek
Sir — The behaviour of the bodyguards of Angelina Jolie in the Anjuman-E-Islam school of Mumbai is ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
BENGALIS’ FLAT EARTH
All rumours that Bengalis have undergone a radical transformation and are now eager to welcome new investments in West Bengal...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Like chalk and cheese
Point of no return
Split wide open
Storm in a tea cup
Starry affair
Empty net
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What on earth is all this stuff about the truth' Truth' Why, everywhere you go people tell lies. In pubs. To each other. To their husbands. To the children. To the dying — and thank God they do. No one tells the truth. Why single out newspapers' — HOWARD BRENTON and DAVID HARE