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Coming in from the cold
For Indians like myself, the Cold War was a strangely fascinating thing. Yes, it took the toll of hundreds of thousands of lives in the pawn-countries where America and the Soviet Union fought out their vicious proxy wars; and it spawned most of the ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Dada for every do
Sir — Now that Sourav Ganguly is back in the Indian team, the media circus around him has revived a ...  | Read.. 
 
Urn of discontent
Sir — Given the repeated hammering that England has received at the hands of the Aussies in Ashes — ...  | Read.. 
 
There’s hope yet
Sir — “Young love cash and keen “ (Jan 1), is a perfect socio-cultural representation of today’s In ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
UNFAIR ON ENVIRONMENT
The high court of Calcutta, for all practical purposes, has put an end to the Calcutta Book Fair being held on the Maidan. Ma...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Body politics
To the temple and back
Gift of the gab
Turn the heat on
Cause for a heart ache
We are like that only
SCRIPSI
All you can do with most ordinary photographs is stare at them — they stare back, blankly — and presently your concentration begins to fade. They stare you down, I mean, photography is all right if you don’t mind looking at the world from the point of view of a paralysed cyclops — for a split second. — DAVID HOCKNEY