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The docile tiger
In India it would have provoked a riot. Americans would loudly have demanded the reason why. I can imagine Europeans protesting volubly. But the Korean passengers just sat or slept placidly in their seats during the four and a half hours that our Asi...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Fair play
Sir — The decision by Wimbledon authorities to give women tennis players the same amount of prize m ...  | Read.. 
 
Keeping hopes alive
Sir — The Indian cricket team seems to have rediscovered its form after a long time (“Facile win bo ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
SERVE AND VOLLEY
The British have allowed the French a rare advantage. Perhaps realizing this, Wimbledon has followed up Roland Garros’s recent gesture of levelling...| Read.. 
 
OPED
Happiness without the horror
“Years of observing and sketching,” wrote Jatin Das in 2002, “culminate in the making of a line.” Charged Figures: the Art of Jatin Das at CIMA Gallery (February 23-Mar...  | Read.. 
 
Scenes from marriages
“I liked holding the camera up to my face and hiding it,” Ryan Lobo writes in the ‘Concept Note’ to The Wedding Season, an exhibition of his 32 photographs, on display...  | Read.. 
 
Order and disquiet
Aakriti recently featured M.F. Husain, S.H. Raza and Ram Kumar along with young abstractionists as the...| Read.. 
 
Revenge, but not redemption
Rethink Edmond Dantès not as an unsuspecting Bonapartist, but an unwitting arms smuggler. Theatrecian’s production of A Return to Monte Cristo, performed at Gyan Manch ...  | Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Faith of the bigot
This year the RSS celebrates the birth centenary of Golwalkar, known to his followers as Guruji. He was the second-in-line af...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
With the wisdom invariably shown by people who, not being in love themselves, feel that a clever man should only be unhappy about a person who is worth his while, which is rather like being astonished that anyone should condescend to die of cholera at the bidding of so insignificant a creature as the comma bacillus. — MARCEL PROUST