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Exposure matters

The stormy note on which 2013 opened reminds me of the adjustment I had to make in defining news when I returned to India after my initiation in journalism in England. A boat disaster in southern Bengal killing a dozen villagers highlighted the contrast. It would have been headline news in Britain. ...   | Read..
 
The route that needs to be taken
Industrial policy documents issued by successive governments have tended to concentrate on administrative measures rather tha...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
High price
Sir — I went to Priya recently to watch Jekhane Bhooter Bhoy. On reaching the ticket counter ...  | Read.. 
 
Like chalk and cheese
Sir — It is unfortunate that the Planning Commission, in its wisdom, has ended up clubbing together ...  | Read.. 
 
People’s choice
Sir — The argument that the Left Front won successive elections in West Bengal in spite of its non- ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

IN EQUAL POWER

Indians take to bossing like ducks to water. Give an Indian the ghost of a chance and he, or she, will immediately start tell...   | Read..
 
REVIEW ARTS
Dark magic and lush menace
The magical is never without a vein of riveting darkness. Everything impossible in the practical, everyday world, whether divine or diabolical, may ignite the fevered ...  | Read.. 
 
A glimpse at last
Young, beautiful and serene, Queen Maya is reclined in bed. Her hands (the left under her head and the right resting on the side of the bed) support her as she gracefully ...  | Read.. 
 
Diverse fantasies
Besides the international productions discussed last week, the two most artistically-involved foreign cultural centres in Calcutta continued the projects they had initiated ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
As humanity perfects itself, man becomes degraded. When everything is reduced to the mere counter-balancing of economic interests, what room will there be for virtue? When Nature has been so subjugated that she has lost all her original forms, where will that leave the plastic arts? And so on. In the mean time, things are going to get very murky. — GUSTAVE FLAUBERT