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Brave but futile
On May Day this year, the focus here will be on the democratic exercise, as UK voters elect their local councils and Londoners have their chance to elect or re-elect their mayor. The outcome of these elections, especially of the high-profile London c...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Three cheers!
Sir — The photographs of a Washington Redskin cheerleader at a match of the Indian Premier League ...  | Read.. 
 
Erratum
In the review, “Those who bring the world to the breakfast table” (April 18), S. Nihal Singh says t ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
OUT OF TIME
While there can be a law that condemns obscenity in public, it cannot define, for all times, what the obscene consists of. Th...| Read.. 
 
NEW BASIS
History has a habit of changing things. Nepal has just undergone a dramatic transformation in its history, and it is not surp...| Read.. 
 
MALA FIDE
 
As the mercury rises
The rising mercury in the capital has affected many political leaders in Delhi who seem to be totally out of sorts with every...  | Read.. 
OPED
A city above pretence
It was not until my late-teens that I first learnt about the existence of Chitpur Road. Born and brought up in the South, anything north of Esplanade was North Calcutta for me...  | Read.. 
 
Time passes on Brindaban Basak St
Walking down Chitpur Road the other day, I was suddenly reminded of a couple of lines from one of Yeats’s poems. “Easter 1916”, I think it was — “All changed, changed utterly:...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
And the wind shall say: ‘Here were decent godless people:/ Their only monument the asphalt road/ And a thousand lost golf balls.’ — T.S. ELIOT