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Road to efficiency
There are at least two reasons why the government is viewed as ideally suited to the task of infrastructure-creation in developing economies. First, more often than not, infrastructure is bulky in nature and involves lengthy periods to be produced an...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Assault on an artist
Sir — You must have known through media reports that Chandra Mohan, a student from the department o ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
HAND ON HEART
Where would Shilpa Shetty have been today if Tony Blair had not happened' Hounded by white, working-class cele-Brits, canoniz...| Read.. 
 
PAPERED OVER
Delusions increase with age. Which explains why Tamil Nadu’s octogenarian chief minister, M. Karunanidhi, was not assailed by...| Read.. 
 
Mala Fide
 
Silence is Not Golden
Soon after the shameful M.F. Husain saga, we have been staggered by the madness of a bunch of people who had the gall to tres...  | Read.. 
OPED
Gory tales of a patch of green
“Ab Maidan mein aa ke khelne mein dar lagta hain”. With these words, the frail, little boy fell silent. He and his friends were kicking a rubber ball on a patch behind ...  | Read.. 
 
Life before the wicket
Whatever Bill Shankly may have thought, football, or any other sport for that matter, is not more important than life and death. In fact, a sport, by definition, should not ev...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Whenever I prepare for a journey I prepare as though for death. Should I never return, all is in order. This is what life has taught me. — KATHERINE MANSFIELD