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Spent at the vote
Election spending, some believe, is conducive to economic growth, a concept that is often blissfully confused with economic development. According to recent forecasts, in fact, an estimated expenditure of Rs 16,700 crore surrounding the Lok Sabha ele...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
King without a crown
Sir — The sacking of Sourav Ganguly from the Kolkata Knight Riders’ captaincy is disappointing, but ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir — I understand that The Telegraph has reported my comments regarding the publication of ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
HOLDING STEADY
Though few central bank watchers were expecting it, the Reserve Bank of India went ahead and cut its policy rates by a quarte...| Read.. 
 
MOUNTAIN GLOOM
It is only about a month since a democratic struggle led to the reinstatement of the chief justice of Pakistan’s supreme cour...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Less of a dirty word
To the upper crust of society, politics has become a dirty word. It is something to be blamed for every problem, something to...  | Read.. 
LAW
To beard or not to beard
Nirmala Convent Higher Secondary School in Madhya Pradesh has been in the eye of a storm. The Supreme Court may have handed the missionary school a win against its student Moh...  | Read.. 
 
Street Legal
Disciplinary proceedings were initiated against a person on the charges that he had issued paddy seeds at subsidised prices to several f...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
In every case, agricultural as well as manufacturing profits are lowered by a rise in the price of raw produce... The natural tendency of profit is to fall; for in the progress of society and wealth, the additional quantity of food required is obtained by the sacrifice of more and more labour. — DAVID RICARDO