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Aspects of civilization
The Jamaican police had at least the body of a dead Bob Woolmer to weave fantasy around. The police in Britain and Australia had only a quarter-burnt car, with a severely injured person at its wheel, at their disposal. That did not prevent them from ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Courage under fire
Sir — Firdous Arshiya, the wife of Mohammed Haneef, has shown immense courage and fortitude by spea ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
WIN THE WEST
President Pervez Musharraf does not suffer from self-delusions. Operation Silence in the Lal Masjid, he knew, could not shut ...| Read.. 
 
BEAT ’EM TO IT
“In a short time,” says the diary entry on J.K.Rowling’s official website, “you will know EVERYTHING!” But this precious anti...| Read.. 
 
BONA FIDE
 
Search For A New Face
Having ruined the forests and tribal bill, Brinda Karat has now taken up the responsibility to spell disaster for education. ...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
The punishment of a criminal is an example to the rabble; but every decent man is concerned if an innocent person is condemned. — JEAN DE LA BRUYÈRE
 
BOOKS
Birth of a nation
In INDIA REMEMBERED (Pavilion, Rs 1,495), Pamela Mountbatten recollects the...  | Read.. 
 
Stealing fire from heaven
The discursive formation of any grand narrative of history usually regards ...  | Read.. 
 
The incredible adventures of two men of Reason
Armed with invincible Reason, when the 18th-century explorer and naturalist...  | Read.. 
 
English in the Hindi belt
With the start of the new academic year in July, almost all government scho...  | Read.. 
 

Breaking the colonial spell