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A single hedge
Reading Naipaulís new book, A Writerís People: Ways of Looking and Feeling, reminded me, unexpectedly, of D.H. Lawrence, a writer of whom Naipaul is not overly fond. Yet there are concurrences. No writer since Lawrence has been so openly gover...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Let there be light
Sir ó When all of Bengal is suffering from terrible power-cuts, why isnít anyone thinking about day ...  | Read.. 
 
Only words
Sir ó It was extremely irresponsible of Indiaís ambassador to the United States of America, Ronen S ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir ó Frequent visitors to the Calcutta airport must have noticed that the pace of work in extendin ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
CHINESE CHECKERS
A political partyís past has many ways of complicating its present. The Communist Party of India (Marxist) suddenly finds its...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Seeing is believing
Winner takes all
Follow the leader
High on the popularity chart
Taste of the medicine
They know best
SCRIPSI
You can have a menís novel with no women in it except possibly the landlady/ or the horse, but you canít have a womenís novel with no men in it./ Sometimes men put women in menís novels/ but they leave out some parts;/ the heads, for instance. ó MARGARET ATWOOD