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Surf, sand and courtyards
On December 21, 2006, Chennai Port — earlier known as Madras Harbour — celebrated the 125th year of its existence. The history of Madras, of course, is much older — the city commemorated its 350th anniversary in 1989. On St. George’s Day — April 23, ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Red light on
Sir — Manmohan Singh had described the Maoists as the biggest security threat facing India. The la ...  | Read.. 
 
Lives unchanged
Sir — The report, “Women not well in Bengal” (March 5), deserved a place in the front page. In the ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
THE COOKIE CRUMBLES
The last post was sounded on Friday to signal the end of India’s participation in the 2007 World Cup. Die-hard optimists will...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
When the going gets hot
Foot in the mouth
Return of the number two
A gentleman and a politician
The other Buddha
Standing up to be counted
SCRIPSI
History has to use second-hand timber when she builds a new edifice — like those awkward post-war chickenhouses people build out bits of army huts and old ammo-boxes, with ‘W.D.’ stamped all over them and costly enigmatical fittings too much trouble to unscrew. — RICHARD HUGHES