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IPL and the justice system
A district judge in West Bengal recently sentenced 20 men to life imprisonment for murders committed 29 years ago. Accused and victims were humble folk; but the appeal hearings can drag on for another 20 years. As that sympathetic civil servant, Pend...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Young but brave
Sir — Mithu Das, a victim of trafficking, deserves praise for doing something that the other victim ...  | Read.. 
 
Challenging task
Sir — I agree that it is difficult for Nitish Kumar to allocate Rs 27,000 crore from his meagre sta ...  | Read.. 
 
Deep stain
Sir — The advice put forward by the editorial, “Crisis as opportunity” (April 24), will fall on dea ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
THE PROMISE OF PEACE
It was a fairy-tale setting. Not because the location was Thimphu, the picturesque capital of Bhutan, but because it marked t...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Sole responsibility
Speak easy
Phone buddies
Foreign matter
Jinxed palace
Silence please
REVIEW ARTS
Inside the modern megalopolis
Ironic as it may sound, the name of Sigmar Polke, one of Germany’s best-known artists, is closely associated with what is often described as the ‘anti-art movement’. Originati...  | Read.. 
 
Brownie points for the young actors
Living on the wire, wired for signs of terrorism inside and outside, hoping each moment that the wire is not tripped, and yet determined to strive down to the wire — what bett...  | Read.. 
 
Shadowy forms
Two puny figures, probably a man and a woman, are about to disappear round the bend of a forested mountain path, which itself is slowly vanishing in the rising mist. The fores...  | Read.. 
 
Pure harmony
Tagore knew his Indian classical music well. Being an untiring shopper of resources to enrich his music, he drew effortlessly upon his training in the Bishnupur gharana of classical music while creating melodies....  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
One of the reasons that I quit going to the theatre when I was about twenty was that I resented like hell filing out of the theatre because some playwright was forever slamming down his silly curtain. — J.D. SALINGER