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The mythologist
A few months ago, I began rereading Roland Barthes. Probably the greatest French critic of the last century, Barthes is associated, in the heads of most undergraduates and dilettantes, with two things. The first is semiotics, or the study of signs; a...  | Read.. 
 
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Spare a thought
Sir — It is good to know that Maneka Gandhi, who is a staunch animal rights activist, has decided t ...  | Read.. 
 
Heavy price
Sir — The Orissa government cannot absolve itself of responsibility in the case of the abduction of ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
WEB OF DEMOCRACY
To tweet or not to tweet — that is the great question over which some of the best minds in the country are puzzling. Indian c...| Read.. 
 
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Buy peace
Haunted speech
Good girl
Very sorry
Still powerful
Love hurts
SCRIPSI
The mere animal pleasure of travelling in a wild unexplored country is also great... The effect of travel on a man whose heart is in the right place is that the mind is made more self-reliant: it becomes more confident of its own resources — there is greater presence of mind... No one can truly appreciate the charm of repose unless he has undergone severe exertion. — DAVID LIVINGSTONE