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CIMA Gallary
Jab behind the ear
The inscribed photograph of C. Rajagopalachari in the Centre of South Asian Studies in Cambridge reminds us that “embedded journalism”, which the West formalized while invading Iraq, has long been the norm in India. It is also a poignant coincidence ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Unhealthy practice
Sir — The Centre is reportedly considering a bill to prohibit doctors from accepting gifts from pha ...  | Read.. 
 
Conservative vote
Sir — Minarets are perhaps as unwelcome in China and France as they are in Switzerland (“Neutral Ch ...  | Read.. 
 
Climbing high
Sir — Neither the Central nor the state governments has introduced measures to regulate the prices ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
JUST WORKING
Sex workers are not criminals. At least, not by virtue of sex work alone. The suggestion of the Supreme Court that prostituti...| Read.. 
 
REVIEW ARTS
Not for art’s sake
The Irish poet, Michael Longley, during his recent visit to Calcutta, said in an interview that a poet is not like a journalist. Contemporary problems are not necessarily gris...  | Read.. 
 
Subtle yet sublime
Ruchira Panda’s khayal in Raga Patdeep (picture) was the most memorable offering of the three-day music conference organized by Paramparik to commemorate the centenary of Sang...  | Read.. 
 
Women beware men
About the Odeon Festival, I wrote in 2006, “its claims to showcase ‘the best in Indian theatre’ sound hollow… as both imported productions came from Mumbai”. 2007 triggered th...  | Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Still searching for the answer
Some years ago, I read a fascinating book titled When Bad Things Happen to Good People. It was by a young rabbi of New...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
One thing alone I charge you. As you live, believe in life! Always human beings will live and progress to greater, broader and fuller life. The only possible death is to lose belief in this truth simply because the great end comes slowly, because time is long.— W.E.B. DUBOIS