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About 10 years ago, while New Delhi’s diplomatic community in Chanakyapuri was right in the middle of preparations for Christmas, a European ambassador urgently summoned his deputy chief of mission to his office. The ambassador, a political appointee...  | Read.. 
 
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Sir — We condemn the violence in Nandigram since November 6, 2007 which demonstrated, yet again, af ...  | Read.. 
 
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Democracy bears one distinctive birthmark. It upholds debate and discussion and believes that all differences in society can ...| Read.. 
 
OUT OF TIME
However good it is at Hindutva, the Bharatiya Janata Party is far better at sulking. According to Lal Krishna Advani, ...| Read.. 
 
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Can Labels Harm'
This autumn has brought southern England an astonishing Indian summer of dry, sunny, even warm weather. An Indian one'...  | Read.. 
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