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Turning a corner
When does an organization, be it of the people or of governments, become relevant' When it gets noticed, to start with. By that yardstick, the 21-year-old South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation may be said to have turned a corner at its cu...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Unjust demand
Sir — The assassination of Jan Mohammad Kakroo, leader of the Congress party, will hopefully make M ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
NEW ORDER
Nepal’s Maoists are not the first rebels in history to turn rulers. But their decision to join the country’s interim governme...| Read.. 
 
CORRECT HISTORY
History is the worst enemy of political correctness. And since a great deal of British multiculturalism is founded on a paran...| Read.. 
 
WORDCAGE
 
The Naming Game
Can language alter geography' Given the old-fashioned notion of “geography”, you might think so: most languages have their ow...  | Read.. 
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