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Patchwork solutions
A few hours after the tragic attack on the Samjhauta Express, Navtej Sarna, spokesman for the ministry of external affairs, was asked by a reporter to comment on the insinuation of his Pakistani counterpart, Tasnim Aslam, that India had not provided ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
The murder of trust
Sir — Affluent people in urban India cannot imagine a life without domestic helps. At the same tim ...  | Read.. 
 
Bridge for peace
Sir — The resolution of the dispute over the Baglihar dam’s construction on the river Chenab should ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
CREEPING UP
The economic climate has been benign in recent years. The growth rate has accelerated, inflation has been low by our standard...| Read.. 
 
RIGHT CHOICE
Not all who enter politics need to abandon hope. Mr Muhammad Yunus has, in fact, raised great expectations in Bangladesh by d...| Read.. 
 
WORDCAGE
 
Nearly Always Wrong
It’s tiny, but essential. Without it we’d sometimes misread written English. Yet, of its three common uses today, one is near...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
If the French were to play cricket they would all want to be ‘batsmen’ — the cynosure of all eyes — at the same time, just as nearly all of them want to be Prime Minister. — JEAN FAYARD