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On middle age
Middle-age for Indian men begins late because their childhood is prolonged. If adulthood is defined by the act of leaving home, many Indian men never grow up. Itís not unusual for them to live with their parents as working men if their jobs donít ta...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Out, but not down
Sir ó The Board of Control for Cricket in Indiaís decision to drop Rahul Dravid from the first two ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
DAYíS WORK
This is an oath of office that Asim Dasgupta was certainly not administered when he became minister. Yet he thinks he has a g...| Read.. 
 
SHARE CRACKER
There is only one word to describe the sentiment when the Bombay Stock Exchange Sensitive Index crossed the 20,000 mark: euph...| Read.. 
 
CHINA DIARY
 
Tell the truth on paper
The visit of German chancellor, Angela Merkel, to India is just another of those boring official events. Some trade pacts hav...  | Read.. 
OPED
Unprotected at home and in the world
Protection comes at a price. A state that spends a major part of its budget in paying its teachers and is sometimes compelled to spend Rs 10 lakh on the winding up of a judici...  | Read.. 
 
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Much did I rage when young,/ Being by the world oppressed,/ But now with flattering tongue/ It speeds the parting guest. ó W.B. YEATS