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The magic of the mix
It is clear from the words of Prakash Karat, A.B. Bardhan and their colleagues who run the coalition of Left parties that they are expecting an early election. The communists might be split in their strongholds in West Bengal and Kerala, but ideologu...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Exit, pursued by fear
Sir — While the United States of America commemorated 9/11, its dearest political protégé in south- ...  | Read.. 
 
Look who’s talking
Sir — One feels dismayed at the insensitive comments from the Union textile minister, Shankersinh V ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
CANUTE AT SEA
Even a couple of months ago it would have been sacrilege to suggest that the Indian growth story could not last forever. Fift...| Read.. 
 
JUST VIOLENCE
It takes only a moment for everyday spaces in Indian cities, towns and villages, full of ordinary people, to turn into sites ...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
SHALLOW TALENT POOL
It’s been 62 years since Japan surrendered to the United States of America at the end of World War II, and many things have c...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
In the pathology of nervous diseases, a doctor who doesn’t talk too much nonsense is a half-cured patient, just as a critic is a poet who has stopped writing verse and a policeman a burglar who has retired from practice. — MARCEL PROUST
 
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