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As I have recounted elsewhere, family legend has it that my grandmother and her sister were responsible for King Edward VIII giving up the job of Britain’s First Lord of the Admiralty to become the third mate of an American destroyer...   | Read..
 
Ethical battlefield of the internet
Are you reading this column in an ethical vacuum? Or on virtuous paper? The description of the internet by Brian Henry Leveson, Lord Justice of Appeal of England and Wales, as an “ethical vacuum” ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Letters to the Editor
Legal remedy
Sir — I would like to narrate the story of a plot of land we own in a village near Cuttack. The far ...  | Read.. 
 
Final bow
Sir — Of the two legends in contemporary cricket, Ricky Ponting has announced his retirement (“I’m ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

ALL ABOUT A TUMMY BUG

Royal wombs often play havoc with the public imagination. What happens inside the human body and behind closed doors — ...   | Read..
 
REVIEW ARTS
A visit to the twilight zone
Mirages become indistinguishable from reality in Indrapramit Roy’s current exhibition of watercolours, Liminal Zone (up to December 15), at Galerie 88. Roy, who is Baro...  | Read.. 
 
Robust compassion
Retrospectives of senior artists provide good opportunities to get acquainted with their oeuvres — from the first forays to the master’s splendour, right up to frugal late out...  | Read.. 
 
The magic in a maestro’s fingers
The programme organized by Sangeet Ashram at the G.D. Birla Sabhaghar on November 17 was long awaited. After a long time, Calcutta got a rare opportunity to enjoy ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
And if you’re very, very lucky, there are a very few blazing hot little pains you feel when you realized that you are standing in a moment of utter perfection, an instant of triumph, or happiness, or mirth which at the same time cannot possibly last — and yet will remain with you for life. Everyone is down on pain, because they forget something important about it: Pain is for the living. — JIM BUTCHER