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Teachers do not die
Dipak Banerjee who, I am certain, will be remembered as one of the most famous teachers of economics at Presidency College, Calcutta, was my junior at college by one year. At Presidency, he had joined chemistry honours, not economics. I did not know ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Remove the mask
Sir — Ashok Mitra seems to justify al Qaida’s bombing of the World Trade Centre by calling it “ret ...  | Read.. 
 
Sound and fury
Sir — The riots in Bangalore that followed the protests against Saddam Hussein’s hanging and the s ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
COSTLY MISTAKE
Insurgent groups in the North-east routinely try to incite xenophobia in order to enlist local sympathies for their rebellion...| Read.. 
 
TRIAL COURSE
It was Ms Zahira Sheikh, with her infamous retractions in the Best Bakery trial, who came to represent the problem of, and th...| Read.. 
 
CHINA DIARY
 
Any Girl’s Story
A horrific incident took place last week. A 16- year-old student, who took up a job as a karaoke singer in a 4-star hotel, wa...  | Read.. 
OPED
Trouble in red paradise
The recent meeting of the central committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) in Calcutta witnessed a sight that was somewhat unprecedented. Veteran communist and the...  | Read.. 
 
For a world without war
The track record of peacebuilding efforts is decidedly mixed. By some counts, between a third and half of those countries that emerge from war relapse into it within five year...  | Read.. 
 
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A photograph is not only an image ( as a painting is an image), an interpretation of the real; it is also a trace, something directly stencilled off the real, like a footprint or a deathmask. — SUSAN SONTAG