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Since 1st March, 1999
 
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CIMA Gallary
 
The agrarian crisis
It is debatable whether any country’s annual budget receives even a fraction of the attention that the Indian media gives to the Union budget in our country. The intensive coverage starts almost a fortnight before the finance minister reveals his ca...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Tread with caution
Sir — Sunanda K. Datta-Ray, in his article on India and the current Tibet crisis, has been somewhat ...  | Read.. 
 
Book bond
Sir — L.K. Advani’s visit to Sonia Gandhi’s residence on Holi to give her a copy of his autobiograp ...  | Read.. 
 
Other worlds
Sir — A void will be created in the world of science fiction with Arthur C. Clarke passing away in ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
WORLD GO SLOW
By all accounts, the recession in the United States of America has been under way since the beginning of the year, or even si...| Read.. 
 
MOST UNKIND
For an elderly person in Delhi, to have a place to live in, owned or rented, is no reason to feel secure. According to a rece...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Time To Clear The Air
Notwithstanding common perceptions about the malevolence of British rule, India should consider itself fortunate that it got ...  | Read.. 
OPED
They didn’t start the fire
Students’ clashes, bloodshed, death, imposition of Section 144, the university closed sine die. The Bengal Engineering and Science University seems to stop at nothing....  | Read.. 
 
Class struggle, then and now
Going by ‘tradition’, the 2008 student elections at Presidency College have been ‘peaceful’ — barring one day of violence at the Hindu Hostel. The victory margin — 35 to the S...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
We used to say that a passage of good style began with a fresh, usual word, and continued with fresh, usual words to the end; there was nothing more to it. — FORD MADOX FORD