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Likes, dislikes and needs
Despite the physical contrast of race and religion, they might have been father and son. What earlier looked like a patronizing pat on the back turned out to be an affectionate hug. This visual proof of the fondness between Manmohan Singh and Barack ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
What’s in a game?
Sir — One cannot really understand the hoopla over the game show at IIT Roorkee (“Lipstick game gla ...  | Read.. 
 
Flop show
Sir — Ashok Mitra’s “Rich and falling behind” (Nov 5), is an incisive look into the gradual weakeni ...  | Read.. 
 
Total mess
Sir — Although I fully agree with the argument of the editorial, “Hell gate” (Nov 9), I cannot und ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
BEYOND THE ROD
From its origins in medieval Latin to the present day, ‘discipline’ is a word that straddles knowledge and power. So, it is a...| Read.. 
 
REVIEW ARTS
From murder to mockery
We hope Airtel follows up on its inaugural Lifestage festival — not because we need another theatre festival, of which we have plenty, but because of the idea behind it, provi...  | Read.. 
 
Small change
Big names in different fields of activity have to pay the price for being famous. This is particularly true of those in showbiz. Artists may not attract the kind of frenzied f...  | Read.. 
 
A story well told, but lacking a soul
A dance drama, as we understand it, is a synthesis of various art forms such as storytelling, dance, music, pantomime, mimicry and spectacle. And, as with any mishmash of dive...  | Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Secular common sense
A R Kidwai served as governor of Bihar, West Bengal and Haryana for many years. He retired a few months ago to settle down i...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
How thankful we ought to be that Wordsworth was only a poet and not a musician. Fancy a symphony by Wordsworth! Fancy having to sit it out! And fancy what it would have been if he had written fugues! — SAMUEL BUTLER