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The humble offendie
Sixty years ago, in the city of Bom-Marta, was born a boy who was called Sulkman. This boy grew up and went phorenbroad and became a pretty good storyteller. He wrote first a forget-okay book, then a nearly great second book, then a fourth-good third...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
How to say goodbye
Sir — For Indians, watching the BBC coverage of Tony Blair’s last day at the House of Commons must ...  | Read.. 
 
Star shines bright
Sir — The resounding success of Sivaji — The Boss in the southern states can be explained in ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir — With the sound and fury that fill the rhetoric of our home-grown Marxists every time they hav ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
THE WRONG ’UN
All icons are alike. But a misplaced icon is misplaced in its own unique way. The leaders of the Communist Party of India (Ma...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Too close for comfort
Getting back to where they belong
Poor relations
Ready to go, again
Waiting room
Uneasy lies the head
SCRIPSI
A radical is a man with both feet planted firmly in the air. A reactionary is a somnambulist walking backwards. A conservative is a man with two perfectly good legs who, however, has never learned to walk forward. A liberal is a man who uses his legs and his hands at the behest of his head. — F.D. ROOSEVELT