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More than a train to Dhaka
India is the most populous democracy on this planet, and it has a political system which clearly finds resonance and response in the tumultuous, emotional and diverse multicultural DNA of this country. Although it professes the beneficial effects of ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
The dreaded finger
Sir — The dubious dismissal of Sachin Tendulkar in the series decider against England at Lord’s was ...  | Read.. 
 
Common tune
Sir — One is aghast at the way television channels airing reality shows and music competitions goad ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
FUTURE IN PEOPLE
Deportation is not defeat. Nawaz Sharif, when he came back to Pakistan after seven years, was forced to leave within four hou...| Read.. 
 
LIGHT HEARTED
There is no point in seeing red. The West Bengal government has little misgivings about its self-importance or that of its mi...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
LOST IN THE LAND OF NO RETURN
Incredible though it may sound, the exultant cry of “Rule Britannia, rule the waves” of the last century seems to have turned...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
Tears may be intellectual, but they can never be political. They save no man from being shot, no child from being thrown alive into the furnace. — SAUL BELLOW
 
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