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Allís well that ends in rain
A happy end is a priceless gift. We saved the Test match. Donít let the English press tell you it was the weather. Dhoni saved us. In the final overs of the match, with no hope of making the winning score and every chance that the English bowlers wou...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Woman in question
Sir ó Pratibha Patil is the first woman president of India ó perhaps the only factor that goes in ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
LIMITED GAINS
This is a curious legacy of the long reign of the Left in Bengal. The longer the people vote in a particular way, the more un...| Read.. 
 
TEST TRICKS
It is getting easier to link ambitious students (and their parents) in West Bengal with fakery and corruption. But the rot is...| Read.. 
 
CHINA DIARY
 
Paying A Heavy Price
The execution of Zheng Xiaoyu, the 63-year-old head of the Chinese Food and Drug Administration, 10 days ago, was shocking no...  | Read.. 
OPED
Unfair rules of a numbers game
Does the ‘girl-child’ exist' What is it other than empty officialese, a smoke-screen that obscures...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
A manís friend likes him but leaves him as he is: his wife loves him and is always trying to turn him into somebody else. ó G.K. CHESTERTON