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Tale of two classes
With the possibility of an early general election brewing round the corner and the chance of a compromise between the Congress and the Left getting slimmer by the day, the common man is now intrigued by the obvious question: why is the Left doing all...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
God as engineer
Sir M. Karunanidhi has not only described Ram as a mythological character but also wondered which ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
LUCKY TIMES
Going by the wholesale price index, inflation has taken a dive in recent weeks. In the week ending September 1, it came down ...| Read.. 
 
MYSTERY CHILDREN
Children can sometimes be strange creatures impressionable, full of adventure, like most other children, but together with ...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
ORANGES AND CRICKET
The smell of oranges reminds me of cricket. The sharp spray which hits the face as you peel one of the Nagpur beauties takes ...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
There are two professions...whose practitioners are never satisfied with what they do: dentists and photographers. Every dentist would like to be a doctor and every photographer would like to be a painter. PABLO PICASSO
 
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