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Five black holes of Bengal
People have episodes in their history that they try to forget but cannot. These episodes are ineradicably ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
In black and white
Sir — Stephen Hugh-Jones writes perceptively on gender bias and the English language, but overlooks ...  | Read.. 
 
Look around
Sir — Gary Kirsten’s possible appointment as the next coach of the Indian cricket team only reveals ...  | Read.. 
 
Most incorrect
Sir — In a politically-correct world, many would readily empathize with the plight of Chetankumar M ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
PLAYING TRUANT
India is beginning to make quite a habit of sliding to the back of the class. After getting poor marks on the count of human ...| Read.. 
 
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Oil’s well with Deora
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