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Since 1st March, 1999
 
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Imperials and democrats
In its attitude to the Republic of China, the leadership of the People’s Republic of China has swung between two extremes: extreme belligerence and conciliation. In early-1984, some nine years after the death of Generalissimo Chiang Kai- Shek, the wi...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Angry young men
Sir — The Calcutta High Court should look into the cause of frequent hooliganism and violence in e ...  | Read.. 
 
Careless
Sir — Hospitals are meant to provide specialized care to patients. Therefore, the news that Satyend ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
CLEAN BREAK
Autonomy is given, but independence is acquired. This is why the latter is more absolute than the former, which is usually sh...| Read.. 
 
HARD TIMES
Things are not looking good for the chief minister of Manipur, Okram Ibobi Singh. The United Progressive Alliance at the Cent...| Read.. 
 
Bona Fide
 
Garden of white flowers
The exciting and vibrant boom in India is not limited to the area of technology alone, but, more importantly, is active in al...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
Through bad female cooks — through the entire lack of reason in the kitchen — the development of mankind has been longest retarded and most interfered with.— FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE
 
BOOKS
Timeless splendour
For a region covered by vast swathes of arid land, the splendidly rich lifestyle of the royal families ..  | Read.. 
 
A dream of epic proportions
Perhaps there is something to be said for the planetary conjunction that ha...  | Read.. 
 
Stranger than fiction
“Fiction has not, and probably never will, produce an espionage story t..  | Read.. 
 
India without the Mahatma
Bernard Imhasly, who has spent a lifetime as South Asia correspondent ,...  | Read.. 
 

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