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Why autonomy'
After the polemics, the issues at large. The dust is yet to settle so I still have time to make a different case for Presidency College, a case missed by commentators and not even addressed by those who wrote the report for the government of West Ben...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Going nowhere
Sir — It is shocking to learn that the Calcutta State Transport Corporation suffers an annual loss ...  | Read.. 
 
Men scorned
Sir — Renuka Chowdhury is a powerful speaker. With her words and her ready smile, she manages to c ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
FAIR VICTORY
The divinity’s name should not be taken in vain. The 11 members of Madhya Pradesh’s legislative assembly who had written “Om”...| Read.. 
 
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Time to celebrate
Tale of two feasts
Divided house
Red in the face
Southern cure
Maha-picnic in New York
SCRIPSI
In England it is bad manners to be clever, to assert something confidently. It may be your personal view that two and two make four, but you must not state it in a self-assured way, because this is a democratic country and others may be of a different opinion. — GEORGE MIKES