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A special moment
Sonia Gandhi did not address the United Nations general assembly on October 2 as commonly believed in India. Whoever told the chairperson of the United Progressive Alliance that she was addressing the 62nd general assembly, which opened in New York o...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Get real
Sir ó The ongoing series against Australia has shown that the Indians have made a mistake by fieldi ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
ACT NOW
One manís triumph is another manís exit route. The family of the late Rizwanur Rahman must be relieved that the Calcutta high...| Read.. 
 
DIFFICULT JOURNEY
Even in this jet age, a pilgrimage remains a perilous journey. The alarming casualties reported from Indiaís pilgrimages now ...| Read.. 
 
WORDCAGE
 
Guide to Plain English
Though they wrote a century ago, not often do I disagree with those great gurus of English language ó H.W. and F.G. Fowler, k...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
We know that books are not a way of letting someone else think in our place: on the contrary, they are machines that provoke further thought. ó UMBERTO ECO