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Since 1st March, 1999
 
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A forgotten Bengali hero
Nothing gives the historian greater joy than to discover an individual significant in his time but forgotten in our own. I was thus very pleased to have brought to the attention of the present generation the achievements of a Bengali mathematician-tu...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Up above the world
Sir — The season of kite-flying starts from August 15 and continues till Viswakarma Puja in Septemb ...  | Read.. 
 
No interest
Sir — Bank strikes have become a regular affair these days. Each time there is a strike, there appe ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
SPECIALLY COMMISSIONED
Time, it is generally supposed, endows events with perspective. The Nanavati inquiry commission into the burning of the Sabar...| Read.. 
 
REVIEW ARTS
Life on Betamax
Way back in 1967, Sony introduced Portapak, the first portable video-recording device, and this greatly facilitated the development of video art as these video recorders, thei...  | Read.. 
 
Objects lost in a liquid haze
The blur is an important metaphor in the tradition of non-representational photography. The road-marking -...  | Read.. 
 
Almost packing a punch
During the 1990s, Death and the Maiden by the Chilean author, Ariel Dorfman, took Euro-American audiences by storm, powered by successful productions on Broadway and th...  | Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
In the garden of forking paths
With only two collections of short stories and one novel, Jhumpa Lahiri has created a niche for herself in the literary world...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
I know we’re not saints or virgins or lunatics; we know all the lust and lavatory jokes... we can catch buses... and talk real sentences. But our innocence goes awfully deep, and our discreditable secret is that we don’t know anything at all, and our horrid inner secret is that we don’t care that we don’t. — DYLAN THOMAS