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Smelling trouble
As this piece is read, both the prime minister attending the G-20 conference in Pittsburgh and the external affairs minister attending the United Nations general assembly in New York will have winged their way back to the warm embrace of friendly air...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Doctor in the dock
Sir — The report, “Britain bans Indian doctor” (Oct 8), brings to light one of the major problems o ...  | Read.. 
 
Violent ways
Sir — It was disturbing to read that Maoists have killed 17 policemen (“Maoists kill 17 cops in wes ...  | Read.. 
 
Name game
Sir — The launch of fountain pens named after Mahatma Gandhi by Montblanc seems to have generated ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
TOO MUCH PAY
Although he is a politician, Salman Khurshid is intelligent; not even his regulation khadi uniform can hide it. Some s...| Read.. 
 
STRAY SHOT
A tragedy takes on its sharpest edge when a specially promising young life is laid to waste. Eighteen-year-old Gagandeep Sing...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Choose The Right Path
President Barack Obama has just promised not to cut the number of American troops in Afghanistan or pull them out entirely as...  | Read.. 
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Indeed indeed, I cannot tell,/ Though I ponder on it well,/ Which were easier to state,/ All my love or all my hate. — HENRY DAVID THOREAU