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Tammany Hall
Why are the current difficulties of Taslima Nasreen so unsettling' The proscription of books, the hounding of artists by communal bullies (M.F. Husain, Taslima Nasreen herself in Hyderabad not so long ago) and the supineness and complicity of the Sta...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Illegal act
Sir — It seems that no place in India is safe from terrorist attacks — whether it is the parliament ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
POORLY MARKED
Growing fast is not the same thing as feeling well. If this sounds cryptic, there is India’s rank in this year’s human develo...| Read.. 
 
CHANGE OF HEART
Even between lovers, an apology rarely comes from the heart. So there is little reason to suspect it would do so in the cutth...| Read.. 
 
CHINA DIARY
 
A Little Help From A Friend
Xianglin, 21, has just started her new job as a cashier in a Western-style café-cum-bar — her seventh job in three years. Bu...  | Read.. 
OPED
Notes on Nandigram: the end of the day
“Everything has been looted,” said the man I started speaking to first after he appeared out of nowhere when we stood at the foot of Bhangabera bridge, now festooned with CPI(...  | Read.. 
 
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