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Deceit and its uses
In 2008, a Palestinian called Saber Kushour, who worked in East Jerusalem as a delivery man, met a Jewish woman. The chemistry between them worked and they slipped away to the rooftop of a nearby apartment building and had sex. Kushour left. Some wee...  | Read.. 
 
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Sir — July 31 marked the thirtieth death anniversary of the legendary playback singer, Mohammed Raf ...  | Read.. 
 
Think local
Sir — In “Politics in command” (July 2), Ashok Mitra rightly says, “Economists who enter government ...  | Read.. 
 
Long delay
Sir — As per the latest communiqué issued by the Rashtrapati Bhavan, the decision on the mercy peti ...  | Read.. 
 
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JEWELS IN THE CROWN
One of the lasting controversies generated by imperialist conquests concerns objects that were acquired by the conquerors as ...| Read.. 
 
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Randolph Churchill went into hospital... to have a lung removed. It was announced that the trouble was not ‘malignant’. Seeing Ed Stanley in White’s, on my way to Rome, I remarked that it was a typical triumph of modern science to find the only part of Randolph that was not malignant and remove it. — EVELYN WAUGH