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Towards positive change
In India, astrologers are paid much better and respected far more than historians. But their profession is altogether more risky. Who, when the people of India went to the polls in the winter of 1951-2, could ever have predicted that this general ele...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
The odd rise and fall
Sir — In spite of its rapid fluctuations, inflation has now been moving around a low index at five ...  | Read.. 
 
Hidden face
Sir — Some people may have savoured the media report on the legendary actress, Suchitra Sen (“Veil ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
SCHOOLED IN PREVENTION
The official recognition of the phenomenon of sexual harassment at the workplace is one of the major successes of the women’s...| Read.. 
 
REVIEW ARTS
Fraud instead of Freud
To supply the perennial demand for new scripts in Bengali theatre, many playwrights are increasingly turning to fiction for material. Nandipat’s Apad comes from a well-...  | Read.. 
 
Art and life in little boxes
It is easy to be charmed by the doll-like creatures that Nisreen Moochhala models out of clay and puts inside little boxes with painted backdrops, resembling tiny props in a p...  | Read.. 
 
Secret pangs
Hecate, the Greek goddess, could be glimpsed only as a pristine glow. Perhaps it was this luminous quality that inspired Rabindranath Tagore to fondly name Kadambari Devi — hi...  | Read.. 
 
Wild passion
Rajarshi Banerji’s passion for “photographic documentation of nature” was evident in Wild Visions, which was held till ...  | Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Fertilizer for the soul
While reading Rumi’s Mathnavi, I came across an anecdote that very aptly describes what common people should do to we...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Bert Lance believes he can save Uncle Sam billions if he can get the government to adopt a single motto: ‘If it ‘ain’t broke, don’t fix it.’ He explains: ‘That’s the trouble with government: Fixing things that aren’t broken and not fixing things that are broken.—BERT LANCE