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Webbed feet
The Web has changed the way we consume newspapers. One of the main changes has been a shift in the balance between opinion and news. In a world where nearly every newspaper has an online avatar, news has become generic: the same event can be read des...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
More blood
Sir — The barbaric attack on the Samjhauta Express has not just killed many innocent people, but it ...  | Read.. 
 
Not present
Sir — Our attention has been drawn to a press report, “Train to Dhaka, after 15-year wait” (Feb 20) ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
PLAYING GAMES
It is not uncommon for national and international sporting events to carry political and cultural messages. The most obvious ...| Read.. 
 
WITHOUT CARE
Ms Renuka Chowdhury, the Union minister of state for women and child development, has her heart in the right place. As part o...| Read.. 
 
CHINA DIARY
 
Spirit Of The New Year
Come Chinese New Year, and it’s time for the two most powerful men in China to spend time with the country’s most powerless c...  | Read.. 
OPED
It’s cool to speak like ’em
It took three wannabe starlets and a sniffling Bollywood diva to make Indians feel proud of their accents. In Big Brother’s house, Jo O’Meara, Jade Goody and Danielle Lloyd dr...  | Read.. 
 
Other end of the line
The arrest of Sanjay Kedia and the sealing of the Xponse premises were a nightmare come true for the government and the IT sector. The industry may well worry about the damage...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
I know perfectly well that I don’t want to do anything: to do something is to create existence — and there’s quite enough existence as it is. — JEAN-PAUL SARTRE