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A matter of shock value
Nobel Prize announcements sometimes have great shock value. This year, the committees awarding the peace and economics prizes have set new standards on this score. Virtually everyone agrees that President Barack Obama’s record so far does not merit t...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Flip side
Sir — The editorial, “Growing pains” (Oct 1), says with admiration that “Not even the worst critics ...  | Read.. 
 
Wrong message
Sir — As the article, “Wake up and smell the fear” (Oct 3), points out, some politicians in Maharas ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir — The high salaries drawn by chief executive officers in India have become an issue of discord ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
STOP AND GO
To paraphrase Gary Schilling, the American economist, slowdowns are stop-and-go affairs; most have at least one or two really...| Read.. 
 
SOUND CHECK
In Calcutta, sound and fury evidently signify a great deal. This must be the reason why traders are feeling so disgruntled wi...| Read.. 
 
CHINA DIARY
 
Time to heed the call
The inscrutable Hu Jintao actually smiled spontaneously while watching the awesome National Day Parade on October 1. That was...  | Read.. 
OPED
Wrong face on the jam jar
In November 2008, when Barack Obama was still the president-elect, the deputy chief minister of Guernsey, Bernard Flouquet, while speaking about Obama’s possible election to p...  | Read.. 
 
Tricks of the double helix
It was only after Shilpa Shetty had been called a “Paki” by the late Jade Goody on a British reality TV show that Indians at home and abroad took great umbrage. Yet, Asians mu...  | Read.. 
 
Imperfect sympathies
“I can’t take Buggerage seriously,” wrote a middle-aged Virginia Woolf to her brother-in-law, Clive. One of the delights of reading her letters is following the twists and tur...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
To be together again, after so long, who love the sunny wind, the windy sun, in the sun, in the wind, that is perhaps something, perhaps something. — SAMUEL BECKETT