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After the silence
Being caught in an altercation at Dum Dum airport was both embarrassing and encouraging. It demonstrated in a small way that people power can also be put to constructive use in a state that suffers from an excess of destructive muscle-flexing in the ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Poor development
Sir — In his scathing criticism of the new Bangalore international airport, S.L. Rao has brought to ...  | Read.. 
 
Without merit
Sir — It would be ideal to set up another unit of the Indian Institutes of Technology because they ...  | Read.. 
 
Erratum
This refers to the article, “A riddle wrapped in silk inside a vault”, which appeared in 7 Days on ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
GRAPES OF WRATH
The Telegraph yields to no one in celebrating an Indian victory in any sphere. Victories in cricket are, of course, ce...| Read.. 
 
REVIEW ARTS
School of stillness
Shoddy mounting would have made it difficult to talk with precision about this superlative exhibition of modern German photography (Distance and Proximity, Seagull Arts...  | Read.. 
 
Difficult arrangements for tender hands
The 10th annual cultural programme by students of the Southern School of Music was held at Madhusudan Mancha on June 10. A tribute to the ambition and ingenuity of the founder...  | Read.. 
 
Love and longing in a different climate
The third edition of Little Thespian’s Katha Collage, currently on at Padatik’s Buildwell Theatre...  | Read.. 
 
Victory, they had said
For a nation that has, since independence, fought five border wars, has to contend with live borders extending across the wes...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
I have often noticed that a bribe...has that effect — it changes a relation. The man who offers a bribe gives away a little of his own importance; the bribe once accepted, he becomes the inferior, like a man who has paid for a woman. — GRAHAM GREENE