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ELUSIVE VOICES
In 1886, the year Kadambini Ganguly became a GBMC (Graduate of Bengal Medical College), a 21-year-old Maharashtrian woman also qualified as a doctor in faraway Philadelphia. When Anandibai Joshi died in 1887, she left behind a rich body of correspond...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Have stick, will beat
Sir — Bihar turned into a barbaric state during the reign of Lalu Prasad and later, of his wife (“B ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
LEFT REALISM
It is easy to guess what Prakash Karat would have made of an event celebrating the friendship between India and Vietnam. It w...| Read.. 
 
SHARED INTERESTS
The proposed changes in the bill on sexual harassment in the workplace show that sexual politics at the place of work and its...| Read.. 
 
MALA FIDE
 
Sweep Away The Muck
When two people from the same gotra marry and have a child, and the village sarpanch, along with the panchay...  | Read.. 
OPED
The favourite didn’t win
With soothing familiarity, history, like a montage, flashes through the mind as one looks out of the top-floor window of the clubhouse at the Royal Calcutta Turf Club — as wom...  | Read.. 
 
Horse sense and naming nonsense
There was a time, not so long back, when children, considered worthless, were forced into the sea, to become khalasis in the merchant navy. Job opportunities then, for ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
To contain the whole of death so gently even before life has begun, and not be angry — this is beyond description. — RAINER MARIA RILKE