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The bridge to Ceylon
According to Valmiki’s Ramayan, Ram walked over the Sahya mountains, with their spectacular forests and waterfalls. They were covered with red earth. The monkeys accompanying him had a great time, eating fruit and roots, playing in the streams...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Dangerous games
Sir — As students of St Stephen’s College, we are extremely disturbed by the report, “Burning ‘game ...  | Read.. 
 
Put into practice
Sir — Born on October 2, 1869, Mahatma Gandhi became a symbol of peace and moral integrity to billi ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir — The people of West Bengal are accustomed to the news of lockouts in factories and suspension ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
QUICK TURNOVER
Jammu and Kashmir is the only place where a power-sharing agreement within the ruling coalition has worked in recent times. T...| Read.. 
 
POLL VAULT
The British prime minister, Gordon Brown, has burnt his fingers in a fire which had no reason to be lit. His party had a good...| Read.. 
 
MALA FIDE
 
Stunned by the speech
It was a rather special Sunday treat to find the otherwise we-know-it-all-before-it-happens press a trifle stumped and wholly...  | Read.. 
OPED
Caution: nightmare ahead
“Done because we are too menny.” In Thomas Hardy’s Jude the Obscure, this is a suicide note. But nothing could better express the spectacle of stark and abounding miser...  | Read.. 
 
A difficult and ancient malaise
Kshitish Chandra Sinha has long been looking after the patients at the primary health centre in Rajarampur village in Murshidabad. He is a pharmacist acting on behalf of medic...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
He might have been a fine young man with a bad toothache, with the first even of his life. What ailed him, above all, she felt, was that trouble was new to him.— HENRY JAMES