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Policy by discussion
Since I am now what is called a “senior citizen” —an euphemism for being old and feeble — when people are supposed to turn autobiographical, indulging incessantly in reminiscences, I shall follow that hallowed practice myself, beginning with my colle...  | Read.. 
 
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Soaps with harmful suds
Sir — Does the Union law ministry realize what damage the saas-bahu soaps are doing to the ...  | Read.. 
 
Bend all rules
Sir — The jawan who beat up the driver and conductor of a minibus recently must have had goo ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
HERE ENDETH THE YEAR
It was the best of times and the worst of times. This well-known opening line of A Tale of Two Cities could easily hav...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
The Modi-fier
Blame ducks
Maya in the sky with diamonds
Another star is born
Humour in uniform
SCRIPSI
Millions of books written on every conceivable subject by all these great minds and in the end, none of them knows anything more about the big questions of life than I do. I read Socrates...And Nietzsche, with his theory of eternal recurrence. He said that the life we lived we’re gonna live over again the exact same way for eternity. Great. That means I’ll have to sit through the Ice Capades again. It’s not worth it. And Freud, another great pessimist. I was in analysis for years and nothing happened. My poor analyst got so frustrated, the guy finally put in a salad bar. Maybe the poets are right. Maybe love is the only answer. — WOODY ALLEN