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An African romance
Mandla Mthembu ran a printing company in Johannesburg called Sechaba Photoscan without conspicuous success. He drove around in a beaten old BMW; his friends remember him coming every so often to ask for petrol money....  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Four walls a prison make
Sir — The report, “Lady locked up for years” (April 28), is remarkable for the way in which it brin ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir — The Calcutta high court has rightly ordered the survey of eight hotels in Mandarmani to asses ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
BEYOND LAW
The meaningfulness of law resides in the appropriateness of its application. But this set of rules — founded on ideals of rea...| Read.. 
 
RIGHT IS CENTRE
The French seem to have their heads and their hearts in the same place. Which is why their choice of the winner in the presid...| Read.. 
 
MALA FIDE
 
Hills Become A Garbage Dump
India is a country where the definition of wanton destruction and that of anarchic progress is the same. In Himachal Pradesh,...  | Read.. 
OPED
Coach without wheels
Recently I read in a vernacular daily that the current India cricket manager Ravi Shastri was following Greg Chappell’s method of coaching. The prime reason mentioned was that...  | Read.. 
 
Hot under the collar, and loving it'
Conditioning camps are not things to remember, but what would the just-concluded one in Calcutta be remembered for, if at all' The ordinary newspaper-reading man would perhaps...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Subordination tends greatly to human happiness. Were we all upon an equality, we should have no other enjoyment than mere animal pleasure. — SAMUEL JOHNSON