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Since 1st March, 1999
 
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Borderland travails
Earlier this year, I spent ten days travelling through three states of northeastern India. My journey began in Manipur, where, on my first night, I had dinner with a bunch of academics and journalists. The humour on display was black: it was aimed ch...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
From vada pav to suicide
Sir — After claiming sole proprietorship over Mumbai’s vada pav, the Shiv Sena chief, Bal Th ...  | Read.. 
 
Discordant notes
Sir — Thank you for Somak Ghoshal’s brilliant article, “Eine kleine light music” (June 17), which d ...  | Read.. 
 
No mail is good news
Sir — The problem of email overload plaguing corporate organizations globally, including the creato ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
CALL ’EM BACK
Is there an easy way to make an elected representative accountable? The people of Raipur, Gunderdehi and Nawagarh in Chhatti...| Read.. 
 
REVIEW ARTS
Silence and slow time
Samita Nag’s exhibition of graphic works — etchings, lithographs, drypoints — at Chitrakoot Art Gallery (June 8-14) included prints of exceptional precision and technical exce...  | Read.. 
 
Weak moves with spirited songs
Rabindrasangeet demands a balance between grammatical discipline and emotional expression. This was the hallmark of Pramita Mullick’s singing at the GD Birla Sabhagar on June ...  | Read.. 
 
A handful of painted bags
This may have looked like a bag of tricks to some of the visitors....  | Read.. 
 
Primal influence
Avant-garde performance art is rarely encountered in Calcutta, so Embrace: Flash Points...  | Read.. 
 
In the name of the lord
The Bombay High Court has recently set aside the divorce case of a Muslim man named Ismail Shaikh. The verdict pronounced the...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
While fame impedes and constricts, obscurity wraps about a man like a mist; obscurity is dark, ample, and free; obscurity lets the mind take its way unimpeded. Over the obscure man is poured the merciful suffusion of darkness...He may seek the truth and speak it; he alone is free; he alone is truthful, he alone is at peace. — VIRGINIA WOOLF