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The bogeyman stays
The prime minister set the cat amongst the pigeons last week in a moment of inattention during a session with veteran interviewer, David Frost, for the new al-Jazeera English language television channel. Sir David’s suggestion that the ill-fated Iraq...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Against the wall
Sir — The attempt to scrap the anti-defacement law in West Bengal is an instance of the Left Front ...  | Read.. 
 
Erratum
“Surreal magic from so much junk” (Nov 27) was the final part of Amit Chaudhuri’s five-part essay. ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
HOW’S THAT
Nothing succeeds like failure. The miserable performance of the Indian cricket team has made the coach, Greg Chappell, a sitt...| Read.. 
 
GET GOING
Nothing emboldens a rebel group more than a government’s lack of strategy to tackle it or even the appearance of it. If the U...| Read.. 
 
MALA FIDE
 
Look Who’s Talking
The quest for more and more cash has become the driving force in almost all activities at the cost of excellence that comes w...  | Read.. 
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Getting across the border
In Hyderabad House last week, as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the Chinese president, Hu Jintao, supervised the signature of thirteen documents (long on hyperbole and shor...  | Read.. 
 
To keep the home fires burning
A columnist with this newspaper has recently been bombarded with hate-mail of the most obnoxious variety imaginable. Her crime was speculation as to why the Protection of Wome...  | Read..