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Right to know
A man asks to see various bank records to ascertain evidence that his wife, who works at the bank, is having an affair with another employee. A woman wants to see the service records of her child’s school: the boy is doing poorly, therefore the teach...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Much ado about nothing
Sir — It is possible for reasonably intelligent people to understand why Mehak Ahuja had sent a tex ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
MAKE IT QUICK
The India-Pakistan peace process is steadily but cautiously moving forward. The latest round of talks in Islamabad between th...| Read.. 
 
WARNING SIGNAL
The irony is inescapable. Within weeks of the finance minister, Mr P. Chidambaram, announcing a 9.2 per cent growth for the I...| Read.. 
 
MALA FIDE
 
RAVES and RANTS
It is because a bunch of young people were doing drugs at a rave that the law enforcement authorities have begun to damn all ...  | Read.. 
OPED
When ailing body looks for cure
Deepa, a young Indian medical graduate, comes to the United Kingdom for a short-term fellowship at a National Health Service hospital. Here she discovers the comforts of Weste...  | Read.. 
 
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I am suspicious of guilt in myself and in other people; it is usually a way of not thinking, or of announcing one’s own fine sensibilities; the better to be rid of them fast. — LILLIAN HELLMAN