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Neither sweet nor sour
By far, the least successful aspect of last week’s Sino-Indian summit was the way the Indian hosts fed China’s president, Hu Jintao, and his delegation. At the Rashtrapati Bhavan banquet on Tuesday, Hu and his team picked food with chopsticks in an e...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Hold your tongue
Sir — Greg Chappell’s statement that members of parliament in the country get paid for making comme ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
ARM’S LENGTH
It would have been ironic if an actor who has come to be associated in the popular mind with the slogan of Gandhigiri ...| Read.. 
 
LINE OF CONTROL
The more things change in Bengal, the more they remain the same. If the graffiti artists are about to be called back from h...| Read.. 
 
WORDCAGE
 
Back and forth
It’s a funny old language, is English. As in the last two words of that sentence, you can at times reverse the normal word-or...  | Read.. 
OPED
The demons and the cherubs
November 19 was World Day for the Prevention of Child Abuse. And in India, where celebrations of any kind are rarely missed, the day was duly observed. But what constructi...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Illness is in part what the world has done to the victim, but in a larger part it is what the victim has done with his world, and with himself. — KARL MENINGER