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The road to Damascus
The attitude of Western states, led by the United States of America, to recent events in Syria is eerily reminiscent of the build-up to the second Iraq War of 2003 and the US-led invasion of Saddam Hussein’s Iraq. The media frenzy about deaths, demon...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
New look
Sir — The new chief minister’s top priority in the education sector seems to be to make Presidency ...  | Read.. 
 
Equal value
Sir — The insightful article by Ashok Mitra, “More equal than most” (July 1), is a fitting retort t ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
GUNS DOWN
Three tribal villages were reportedly set ablaze in Chhattisgarh in March. That little was heard of the aftermath until the S...| Read.. 
 
WARPED VISION
Plans to reduce pollution in Calcutta usually take their own sweet time to materialize. While most of India switched to liqui...| Read.. 
 
CHINA DIARY
 
Towards a bleak future
There’s an angry mood sweeping across the country, and it’s not linked with the word, jasmine. Across classes and ages, peopl...  | Read.. 
OPED
A home called school
I sat with a group of village women under a tree in the compound of a government primary school in Madiyahu...  | Read.. 
 
Heavy duty
Exactly four decades ago, the president of the United States of America, Richard Nixon, had been critical of Indira Gandhi signing the Indo-USSR treaty. When she became the pr...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
War has three handmaidens ever waiting on her, Fire, Blood, and Famine, and I have chosen the meekest maid of the three.— HENRY V