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CIMA Gallary
Growls and whimpers
The embarrassment over Viswanathan Anand’s honorary degree has raised the question of academic autonomy in a dramatic, if peripheral, way. The human resource development minister has intervened; Anand has conducted himself with dignity; the matter ha...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Greater common good
Sir — In the article, “The sacred cow” (Aug 25), Prabhat Patnaik analyses the issue of investment ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
SPOIL SPORT
There are doubts if cricket ever was the noblest game. But what is beyond question is that cricket today has become synonymou...| Read.. 
 
NEW POLITICS
If party politics does the tribal people some real good, that should be hailed as a welcome change. The practice in Indian po...| Read.. 
 
MALA FIDE
 
Time for a dressing down
It is totally inexplicable why the ‘dressing up’ of Delhi was not done over the past one year, well in advance of the...  | Read.. 
OPED
How different from us
Some of the happiest years of my adult life were spent in an institution where I had no right to be. St Hilda’s was the last women’s college in Oxford when I went to teach th...  | Read.. 
 
A world of one’s own
A woman battles more with herself than with the world outside. She is defined by a profound identity crisis even in a ‘post feminist’ world. Her dilemma — and, as a matter of ...  | Read.. 
 
Bombs and the woman
There is something distinctly male in the aura around violence, mass bloodshed, guerrilla warfare and the long-drawn-out struggle for political ends. Perhaps they comprise an ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
He keeps a lady in a cage/ Most cruelly all day,/ And makes her count and calls her ‘Miss’/ Until she fades away. — G. K. CHESTERTON