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Dressing to cure
In the early 1880s, there was great consternation when Anandibai Joshi’s family heard about her proposed trip to the United States of America to study medicine. Uppermost on their minds were issues of purity, pollution, food proscriptions, and to a l...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Performance anxiety
Sir — Although Michael Atherton has every right to be angry with S. Sreesanth for bowling beamers, ...  | Read.. 
 
The rule of one
Sir — Pratapsinh Rane, the Goa assembly speaker, has behaved unconstitutionally by not allowing th ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir — It is remarkable that the Sensex has hit the 15,000-mark (“Market fever”, Aug 7). But tomorr ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
LEFT OUT COLD
All gentlemen are not gentle men. Manmohan Singh is that rare species who is unfailingly courteous and civil, and never hars...| Read.. 
 
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All that glitters
A kick from the side
Peace posting
Plug the leak
Working under cover
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