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Clean and shining

The outcome of the feverish campaign (“Let’s make our Nation’s pride win!”) by Narendra Modi’s supporters to vote “him the most influential person on the TIME list!” won’t be known till next Tuesday. But since whatever national appeal he claim...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Left out
Sir — It is a pity that eunuchs continue to remain outside the ambit of mainstream society. Governm ...  | Read.. 
 
Special treatment
Sir — The chief minister’s announcement that imams will receive a stipend has sown seeds of ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
WISDOM IN THE CUPS
“I wish I could drink like a lady,” Dorothy Parker laments in one of her immortal little poems, “I can take one or two at th...| Read.. 
 
REVIEW ARTS
Scarlet is the colour of a smile
One of my friends from university could distinguish poems written by women from those by men just by paying attention to the choice of words. His ability was put repeatedly to...  | Read.. 
 
Daring and ambitious
Nobody in Calcutta — probably even in India — has dared to stage Stephen Sondheim so far. No wonder, for this doyen of the American musical, who changed the whole approach to ...  | Read.. 
 
Different melodies
Chinton presented a melodious evening — A Rendezvous with a Raaga — at the G.D. Birla Sabhagar on March 31. The programme, as the name suggests, explored the various mo...  | Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Life begins at ninety
Smitha Verma of The Telegraph, Calcutta, called on me to discuss a fascinating project. She was planning to write a ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Playing a pipe with silvery squeaks,/ Since then his Jumbly Girl he seeks,/ And because by night he could not see,/ He gathered the bark of the Twangum Tree/ On the flowery plain that grows./ And he wove him a wondrous Nose,—/ A Nose as strange as a Nose could be! — EDWARD LEAR