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Road to Yangon
It’s never easy to balance ethics and expediency in foreign policy. Throughout the month-long anti-junta stir in Myanmar, India was at the receiving end of domestic and overseas criticism for being indifferent to the struggle for democracy. The land ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Strike it down
Sir — The two Supreme court judges, B.N. Agarwal and P.P. Naoleker, must be congratulated for quash ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
SEPARATE TASKS
It is not wise to keep crossing over the fence into a neighbour’s territory. Everyone’s garden is likely to end up as an undi...| Read.. 
 
BAD DEAL
If Bengal’s ruling Marxists are to be believed, food is not a problem for the poorest of the state’s people. Such people woul...| Read.. 
 
BONA FIDE
 
Get a dose of high culture
Cricket has become tukka baazi. This is evident when Indians take on champion teams such as Australia. Indian crickete...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
We are not concerned with the very poor. They are unthinkable, and only to be approached by the statistician or the poet. — E.M. FORSTER
 
BOOKS
Señor C
DIARY OF A BAD YEAR By J.M. Coetzee, Harvill Secker, £10.25...  | Read.. 
 
Winding routes from the roof of the world
THE HIGH ROAD TO CHINA: GEORGE BOGLE, THE PANCHEN LAMA AND THE FIRST BRITIS...  | Read.. 
 
Comedy of errors
This book, written by an Oxford don, is a howler-seeker’s delight. Turning ...  | Read.. 
 
Asian triangle
BETWEEN RISING POWERS: CHINA, SINGAPORE AND INDIA By Asad-ul Iqbal Latif,...  | Read.. 
 

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