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The guru of change
Most of us who are forty or above were brainwashed to accept that the government knew best as to how business should function. We distrusted private businesses. We had great faith in government ownership. Despite the high income taxes, we thought gov...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Power play
Sir — Swapan Dasgupta’s assessment of Indo-British interface (“A historic shift”, Jan 26) has not ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
FUTURES PHOBIA
The decision of the Forward Markets Commission to stop forward trading in arhar and urad follows a sustained ri...| Read.. 
 
YOU’RE THE TOP
What is Sania Mirza famous for now' Is she famous for the quality of her tennis-playing' Or for the brand of drink she public...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
 
Without people or drink
These days I read a lot of poetry, Urdu and English. A few couplets of Ghalib, over and over again, and a few pages of latter...  | Read.. 
OPED
Royalists fish in Terai trouble
The April-2006 uprising in Nepal had three objectives: a peaceful resolution of the Maoist insurgency; an end to the king’s autocratic rule; and the restructuring of the Nepal...  | Read.. 
 
Roads to peace and freedom
The United Nations is also a network of capacities. Some of these, such as the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and the United Nations Development Programme, play c...  | Read.. 
 
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Anything one is remembering is a repetition, but existing as a human being, that is being, listening and hearing is never repetition. — GERTRUDE STEIN