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CIMA Gallary
Central bank’s dilemma
The Reserve Bank of India controls how many banks may compete for our business. It has not licensed any bank in ten years. Meanwhile, Indian banks’ margins continue to be amongst the highest in the world: they pay depositors a pittance, and charge bo...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
No safe side
Sir — The visit of the former president, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, to the nuclear plant in Kudankulam loo ...  | Read.. 
 
Friendly neighbourhood
Sir — In his article, “Heart of the region” (Nov 8), Chinmaya R. Gharekhan points out that the Ista ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
RIGHT MOVE
Communists are known to be slow to learn and slower to change. The proposal of the central committee of the Communist Party o...| Read.. 
 
DOWN AND OUT
Italy’s patron saint of corruption has made an unceremonious exit, pursued by the sleaziest allegations of sex, lies and pilf...| Read.. 
 
MALA FIDE
 
Where there is no will
India is at a loss. It desperately needs to know what the ruling coalition has as its immediate as well as long-term agenda. ...  | Read.. 
OPED
Troubled by imaginary fears
We all want a better world to live in. A comfortable and prosperous life is what we desire.We want the best of medical facilities,...  | Read.. 
 
A different Bible
When Steve Jobs, the iconic head of Apple Inc, passed away recently, some encomiums hailed him as the modern-day Thomas Alva Edison. On my part, I was unaware that I lived in ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The 50s face was angry, the 60s face was well-fed, the 70s face was foxy. Perhaps it was the right expression: there was a lot to be wary about. — KEITH SPENCER WATERHOUSE