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Excellence in railways
I travelled last week from Berlin to Regensburg via Nuremberg. The rail line passes through what used to be East Germany ó flat plains which were Germanyís bread basket 150 years ago and today mainly grow fodder crops like oats, broken by wood...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Wisdom scanned
Sir ó Amartya Senís views on land-acquisition for industries has rekindled the debate on the subjec ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
FRIENDS IN DEED
Consistency has never been a virtue for Indian communists. Saying one thing and doing another come as easily to them as chang...| Read.. 
 
GREY AREAS
Big causes often have small and unfortunate victims. The sufferings that Mohammed Haneef had to undergo because he was suspec...| Read.. 
 
MALA FIDE
 
Death Of The Indian Bazaar
Farmersí markets were once the norm in India. In the smaller towns and villages of the country they still continue to be the ...  | Read.. 
OPED
The knight in shining armour
Take a bow, Maureen Dowd. George W. Bush should go down in history at least for the one good turn he has done India. The eminently readable columnist of The New York Times<...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Mental reflection is so much more interesting than TV itís a shame more people donít switch over to it. They probably think what they hear is unimportant but it never is. ó ROBERT M. PIRSIG