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Ephemeral encounters
In mid-June, at the time of the auction of a dozen works of art by Rabindranath Tagore, their owners, the Dartington Hall Trust, said that a substantial collection of ephemera pertaining to Tagore’s relationship with the Elmhirst family that set up t...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
All for Bengal
Sir — One cannot accuse only the Lalu Prasads of being biased when our own Mamata Banerjee is so. S ...  | Read.. 
 
Future plans
Sir — Instead of dealing with Pakistan with an iron hand for nurturing terrorists, the US administr ...  | Read.. 
 
It’s a shame
Sir — The Shiv Sena has lived up to its reputation by forcing Mumbai University to drop Rohinton Mi ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
BIGGER TASK
It is not a good idea to tempt the fates. Years of frustrating and repressing intellectual excellence may lead to those value...| Read.. 
 
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Stay put
Another split
True lies
Perfect manners
Twin blows
Empty promise
SCRIPSI
The music started with a goblin walking quietly over the universe, from end to end. Others followed him. They were not aggressive creatures; it was that that made them so terrible to Helen. They merely observed in the passing that there was no such thing as splendour or heroism in the world. After the interlude of elephants dancing, they returned and made the observation for a second time. Helen could not contradict them, for, once at all events, she had felt the same, and had seen the reliable walls of youth collapse. Panic and emptiness! The goblins were right. — E.M. FORSTER