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During my last meeting with the former national security adviser, J.N. Dixit, shortly before his death, he predicted dramatic changes in Indo-Pakistan relations in six months. That would have meant the second quarter of 2005 as the time for moving fo...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Back with a bang
Sir — Sourav Ganguly has made a spectacular return to one-day international cricket (“Sourav pulls ...  | Read.. 
 
Hope reborn
Sir — It is heartening to note that Hillary Rodham Clinton is running for the post of the US presid ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
NO RISK, NO GAIN
The government’s move to allow investment of 5 per cent of the accumulated amount in the new pension scheme in stocks represe...| Read.. 
 
HIT AND RUN
Very few would disagree that Greg Chappell has had a rather unfair share of troubles since he took over as coach of the India...| Read.. 
 
WORDCAGE
 
Ethnic Tags
Is it grossly offensive to be called the Indian, if you are one' Maybe. Paki plainly is, not least if you aren’...  | Read.. 
OPED
Working hard to reach the top
The World Trade Organization is vilified in many circles in our country for allegedly framing policies that are aimed at bending India to its will. Critics also compare the WTO with the imperious East India Company ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Our own society is the only one which we can transform and yet not destroy, since the changes which we should introduce would come from within. — CLAUDE LÉVI-STRAUSS