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Avoiding civil war
“Brand Buddha” used to be fashionable last year. A burgeoning middle-class market for nourishing a baby Asian tiger was being promised by one-time hard-line communists, latecomers to social democracy. All had to be fine in the state of West Bengal, s...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Take a nap on match day
Sir — This is certainly not a case of sour grapes. But it must be said that India’s early exit from ...  | Read.. 
 
Easy way out
Sir — The prime minister, Manmohan Singh, is seeking re-election for the Rajya Sabha in order to re ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir — Indian politicians can take lessons from Bangladesh’s Nobel peace prize winner, Mohammed Yunu ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
DAMAGE CONTROL
Mankind has sinned against nature. This was irrefutably proved earlier this year by the first part of the latest assessment r...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Into the pigeonhole
Not so sweet
Weather malfunction
Art of giving it back
Unhappy with the bosses
Full of emptiness
SCRIPSI
American is the language in which people say what they mean as Italian is the language in which they say what they feel. English is the language in which what a character means or feels has to be deduced from what he or she says, which may be quite the opposite. — JOHN MORTIMER