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CIMA Gallary

The worm can turn

It is more or less true for all nations priding themselves as democracies: the overwhelming majority of people do not care much for what is happening in the rest of the world. They leave that task for the country’s government and such species as foreign-policy experts and businessmen. On their part, they go about pursuing routinized daily living. ...   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor
Tough race
Sir — The editorial, “Do the republic proud” (May 26), emphasizes the fact that it is imperative on ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

END OF THE LINE

Here’s the bad news: judging from the GDP growth numbers for the fourth quarter of 2011-12 (5.3 per cent versus 9.2 per cent for the same January-March ...   | Read..
 

THEY ALSO SERVE

The official website of the Calcutta Police carries the legend: “We care for you.” Although most citizens would wince at this...   | Read..
 
BONA FIDE
 
India in reverse gear
The heat is unrelenting. The political paralysis, saturated with venal factionalism, is compelling India to contort in painfu...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
We are not necessarily doubting that God will do the best for us; we are wondering how painful the best will turn out to be. — C.S. LEWIS
 
BOOKS
Wet tissues
It must be devilishly difficult to put together an anthology of queer erotica. So, let me say at.  | Read.. 
 
From revolutionary to yogi
Private papers and works by the subject himself are invaluable and essential sources for a ....  | Read.. 
 
The simple kindness of white sheets
Thirty years ago, Sue Townsend gave the world the secret diary of Adrian Mo...  | Read.. 
 
Drama in heavy doses
To soften the blow of Timeri N. Murari’s latest offering, it ought to be read as fantasy. Consider the plot. ..  | Read.. 
 
Paperback Picking
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