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Fundamental judgments
No, the Allahabad high court judge did not make the statement he made, in casual fashion, at a seminar or a university debate. It was incorporated in a formal verdict he delivered from the bench; he invoked the Constitution to inform each and all tha...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Faith accompli
Sir — Swapan Dasgupta has rightly chastized the government for not just dishonouring the cultural s ...  | Read.. 
 
Born unfree
Sir — The Telegraph deserves to be thanked for highlighting the plight of the animals at the ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
OTHER PEOPLE
The promotion of mass culture can be a tricky business. If rousing the people’s passions is central to it, devious or insensi...| Read.. 
 
MEMORIAL SERVICE
In Calcutta, change is always a battle between new kinds of consciousness and existing forms of chaos. New ways of being awar...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Lessons for adults
The previous issue of The Telegraph in Schools features an interesting topic: what children say they will never do whe...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
She fitted into my biggest armchair as if it had been built round her by someone who knew they were wearing armchairs tight about the hips that season — P.G. WODEHOUSE