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An aged, prized heritage

In the Delhi of my childhood, practically every new middle-class residential neighbourhood abutted a small village of considerable historical age. Concrete houses and mud huts, Ambassador cars and buffaloes, tarred roads and unpaved lanes, tiny private gardens and ...   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor
Limited vision
Sir — It is very easy for a person with political power and social clout to preach ‘philosophical i ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

ONE JOB, TWO MEN

In the contested field of Indian politics, one of the few assessments that are beyond dispute is that Manmohan Singh was Indi...   | Read..
 

BOOSTER DOSE

According to the ancient art of warfare, it is important to know the enemy’s weak points if the warrior is to make himself “i...   | Read..
 
CHINA DIARY
 
The railway children
Memories of last year’s train collision that killed 40 and injured almost 200, haunted this diarist as the high-speed train s...  | Read.. 
OPED
From crisis to opportunity
The widespread violence in Bodoland that began more than 10 days ago has, until now, left more than 50 people dead and created a massive displacement of over 2.5 lakh people. ...  | Read.. 
 
Registers of imprecision
The violence in Kokrajhar, Assam, its recurrence in the Bodo autonomous regions and other areas of lower Assam, and its tangible markers (the numbers of the dead, wounded and ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
You don’t necessarily have to write to be a poet. Some people work in gas stations and they’re poets. I don’t call myself a poet, because I don’t like the word. I’m a trapeze artist. — BOB DYLAN