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The point of democracy
A couple of months ago, I spent some time in Luxemburg. I could not meet the Prime Minister because he was away in Brussels conferring with his fellow European Prime Ministers. But I conferred with four ministers including the foreign minister and th...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Way out
Sir — André Béteille (“Pragmatism in politics”, March 6) has correctly pointed out that caste polit ...  | Read.. 
 
Capital solution
Sir — The Supreme Court’s statement that the only way to root out dishonesty from the country is t ...  | Read.. 
 
Erratum
wynne Dyer’s column, “Getting there slowly” (March 5), was reprinted on March 12. The error is regre ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
SOCIAL CRIME
If Nithari exposed, in flesh and blood, India’s unconcern for its children, the recent National Study on Child Abuse puts it ...| Read.. 
 
SHAKEN UP
Extraordinary things are happening in Bangladesh. The shake-up is perhaps best illustrated by the arrest of Mr Tarique Rahman...| Read.. 
 
MALA FIDE
 
How not to Stage a Wedding
Marriages solemnized at tourist destinations rather than at home have become the trend for the ‘rich and famous’ but not yet ...  | Read.. 
OPED
Innocence and experience at play
The year was 1975. The event: the final of the first World Cup (Prudential Cup if you like), between Australia and West Indies at Lord’s. West Indies, put in to bat first, wer...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
It was a confusion of ideas between him and one of the lions he was hunting in Kenya that had caused A.B. Spottsworth to make the obituary column. He thought the lion was dead, and the lion thought it wasn’t. — P.G. WODEHOUSE