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Bad judgment

Salman Khurshid has discovered within a month in his new job that some things have not changed in India’s external affairs in nearly twenty years. When P.V. Narasimha Rao promoted Khurshid within a few days of the latter’s 40th birthday in 1993 from deputy minister for commerce to minister of state ...   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor
Quick moves
Sir — The editorial, “Wrong move” (Nov 27), made some good points in the context of the current dev ...  | Read.. 
 
Safety first
Sir — The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India has indicted several reputed household brand ...  | Read.. 
 
Name woes
Sir — Some Metro railway stations have been renamed after famous Bengali personalities (“Much in a ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

SEA OF TROUBLE

India may not be party to the territorial disputes in the South China Sea, but what happens in those troubled waters is of ec...   | Read..
 

GET GOING

What are university campuses for? They are places where individuals, singly or in groups, may speak, listen, read and write a...   | Read..
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Clear as daylight
You can be bright as a button and sharp as a needle, or thick as a post (or a plank, or indeed ...  | Read.. 
LAW
Thou shalt not blaspheme
Pakistan has been at the receiving end of international outrage over its blasphemy laws that can fetch the death sentence. The latest victim was a Christian teenager who was b...  | Read.. 
 
Legal FAQs
Q: I stay with my in-laws at my matrimonial house. I have a seven-year-old daughter. Since last year my husband has been staying separately. Now he has filed for divorce cl...  | Read.. 
 
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