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Involved in mankind
Several moving reports of Indians trying to help Pakistanis in their trial by water recall a meeting in Washington 60 years ago to consider India’s dire need for food. Among those present was Pakistan’s first ambassador to the United States of Americ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Free the mind
Sir — The brutal destruction of the World Trade Center towers has left a painful scar on American m ...  | Read.. 
 
Futile exercise
Sir — The United Progressive Alliance government is under compulsion to placate its allies. The lea ...  | Read.. 
 
Close contest
Sir — I usually find it difficult to take Mamata Banerjee’s pronouncements seriously. But, for once ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
HUNTING GHOSTS
One of the world’s largest film archives was founded by a ghost hunter and psychic researcher, among others, who was as obse...| Read.. 
 
REVIEW ARTS
Lost in the clutter
Effective advertising techniques using a spectrum of persuasive communication tools can lead to higher sales, among other things. The devices used to grab attention have to be...  | Read.. 
 
Falling short
Girish Karnad’s dramatic preoccupation with sexual triangles, whether folkloric or contemporary, finds popularity yet again in a current Bengali adaptation and a high-profile ...  | Read.. 
 
Rich carpet of emotions
It has to be said of Srinwanti Chakraborty, the art director of Srijati dance troupe, that she has considerable talent in composing dances. She successfully devised a vocabula...  | Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
The sleeper in the deep forest
If you had asked me last month what I knew of Sankardeva, I would have pleaded forgiveness for my ignorance. Then Satya Brata...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
She went her unremembering way,/ She went and left in me/ The pang of all the partings gone,/ And partings yet to be./ She left me marvelling why my sad soul/ Was sad that she was glad;/ At all the sadness in the sweet,/ The sweetness in the sad.— FRANCIS THOMPSON