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CIMA Gallary
Car dystopia in the capital
One evening in late December, I was driving to a dinner party in north Delhi from the south of the city. The normal route takes one past Purana Qila and Pragati Maidan on Bhairon Marg and then left onto the Ring and onto the ITO flyover and so on. T...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Nobody’s child
Sir — The prime minister, Manmohan Singh, has admitted that malnutrition among children is a “natio ...  | Read.. 
 
Needless protest
Sir — A controversy is brewing over the scheduled visit of Salman Rushdie, the eminent India-born B ...  | Read.. 
 
Accursed state
Sir — I am astounded at the way education has been politicized in Bengal (“College rules”, Jan 9). ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
CHASING THE DRAGON
The prime minister recently lamented that China was far ahead of India in scientific research. Economists agreed a long time ...| Read.. 
 
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When the parish priest rebuked him for his celibacy, saying it would lead him into debauchery and sin, he said that a man who had to be muzzled by a wife as a protection against debauchery was not worthy of the joy of innocence. After that people began to treat him with priestly respect. — LIAM O’FLAHERTY