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“of whom shall we speak' For every day they die among us, those who were doing us ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Nobody’s child
Sir — The photograph of “a coffin carrying an unidentified child’s body at the Wagah checkpost” was ...  | Read.. 
 
On their own
Sir — It was with great dismay that I read the news of a young tribal mother facing harassment be- ...  | Read.. 
 
Papered over
Sir — A lot of changes have taken place in The Telegraph, not all of which are pleasing. I m ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
THE LIGHT AND THE DARK
The German poet, Goethe, is said to have cried out for more light as he was dying. He thus equated light to life, death to da...| Read.. 
 
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Travelling broadens the mind...[No] it narrows it. Jesus never travelled; not more than a hundred miles; Michelangelo, Rembrandt, Milton: they are people who made a journey of scarcely any consequence at all and subsequently never travelled further. Travel is for people without imagination: dullards, clods; those who need to animate the landscape, otherwise they see nothing there at all. — RALPH RICHARDSON