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Murder in Arcadia
If over-kill and pig-headedness hadn’t been the hallmarks of the CPI(M)’s re-conquest of Nandigram on March 14, conspiracy theorists may well have been justified in claiming that the incident was a diabolical ploy by the flat-earth society to discred...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Killing by any other name
Sir — The Nandigram genocide could have been avoided if the senior police officers who ordered indi ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
LEARN TO VALUE
Looking after monuments and antiques is more than a question of laws, money and bureaucracy. Central ministers and their secr...| Read.. 
 
REALITY CHECK
The changing realities of the working place in India perhaps find their best reflection in the changing scope of the sexual h...| Read.. 
 
BONA FIDE
 
A Sane And Human Politics
It was a sane and dignified, humane and appropriate comment that came from the governor of West Bengal as he reacted to the h...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
You know, there are three kinds of intelligence — the intelligence of man, the intelligence of the animal, and the intelligence of the military. In that order. — GOTTFRIED REINHARDT
 
BOOKS
Mythologies
‘Let’s kill Gandhi!’ By Tushar A. Gandhi, Rupa, Rs 995 Harilal Gan...  | Read.. 
 
Selling dreams
Vikram Sarabhai: A life By Amrita Shah, Penguin, Rs 425...  | Read.. 
 
Double jeopardy
India’s security dilemmas: Pakistan & Bangladesh By Sashanka S. Baner...  | Read.. 
 
Numbers hold the key
The Penguin World Cup Cricket Companion 2007 By Qaiser Mohammad Ali, Rs...  | Read.. 
 
A time of quiet desperation
March-end marks the end of the financial year. For Indian publishers, this ...  | Read.. 

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