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All fall down
Since luminaries from the United States of America were the most vocal votaries of the free market, it was almost inevitable for that country to be the first and severest victim of the catastrophe that has set in. The long, dismal procession of finan...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Work without hope
Sir — In his open letter to the citizens of West Bengal, Ratan Tata has given a fitting reply to th ...  | Read.. 
 
A correction
In Simon Digby’s tribute to Ralph Russell (Oct 21), General Slim has been mistakenly identified as ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
STICK NO BILLS
The world seems resigned to elections in India always turning out to be a carnival. And carnivals are supposed to be gleefull...| Read.. 
 
KILLING GAME
The moral police can extract a tragically heavy price. The explosion in Imphal that has taken 17 lives and left many injured ...| Read.. 
 
BONA FIDE
 
A Silence That Shatters
Mobs and their illegal rampaging have begun to rule the streets and public spaces of our cities, destroying the very core of ...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
The main mark of modern governments is that we do not know who governs, de facto any more than de jure. We see the politician and not his backer; still less the backer of the backer; or, what is most important of all, the banker of the backer. — J.R.R. Tolkien
 
BOOKS
Postcards from the edge
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Across the world on wheels
GHOST TRAIN TO THE EASTERN STAR By Paul Theroux, Hamish Hamilton, Rs ...  | Read.. 
 
Murder in a perfect prose
A murder mystery by P.D. James is always different. Its distinction lies no...  | Read.. 
 

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