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In the name of the game
There is no more telling reflection of the Indian passion for bureaucracy and control than in the name of the organization that runs our favourite game. The Board of Control for Cricket in India is absolutely unique in being the only sports body in t...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Grim future
Sir — The Telegraph deserves to be praised for bringing the plight of the workers of the clo ...  | Read.. 
 
Braveheart
Sir — It is time educational institutions like the Indian Institutes of Management became more tran ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
RULE OF THREE
Manmohan Singh’s recent description of China — on the fringes of the G-8 summit — as India’s “greatest neighbour” captures th...| Read.. 
 
GODOT’S PEOPLE
When asked to comment on the findings of surveys on human behaviour, psychologists usually say perfectly obvious things. But ...| Read.. 
 
MALAFIDE
 
Same old story
The Indian media and the BJP have gone nuts, yet again, over a court ruling in Argentina that prevents, without any hesitatio...  | Read.. 
OPED
Never a moment to breathe easy
The author is at the Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi and the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati...  | Read.. 
 
Murder, followed by mayhem
It is sad that there exists, among the large majority of the peace-loving people of Assam, the misguided men of the Ulfa who are bent upon disturbing peace by their indiscrimi...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
It’s not catastrophes, murders, deaths, diseases, that age and kill us; it’s the way people look and laugh, and run up the steps of omnibuses. — VIRGINIA WOOLF