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State of the economy

The last year has been an extremely tough year for the Indian economy. Practically everything which could go wrong did turn sour. For much of the year, the United Progressive Alliance government has been a rudderless ship, buffeted by storms several of which were of their own making...   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor
Marching ahead
Sir — The effusive praises showered on Narendra Modi, the chief minister of Gujarat, by top industr ...  | Read.. 
 
Poor show
Sir — The sports minister of West Bengal, Madan Mitra, must take note of the miserable condition of ...  | Read.. 
 
Equal words
Sir — Amnesty International’s proposal to form a law pertaining to sexual abuse with a gender-neutr ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

LET THEM SING

For a company, nothing matters more than the vision of its chief executive. The head of a government carries pretty much the ...   | Read..
 

TARGETED CHAOS

Amid the incessant violence, the turmoil on both the eastern and western borders of Pakistan, economic hardship, blackouts an...   | Read..
 
CHINA DIARY
 
Under watch
What did the Guangdong censors hope to achieve by rewriting an article already approved by them? Did they think that readers ...  | Read.. 
OPED
Asking for the wrong rights
Since Independence, the hope for a mass movement in India has produced either guerrilla protests or television reality shows. We have had a confused (and mostly fantastical) p...  | Read.. 
 
Fact or fiction
As eager consumers of a domineering visual culture, we run the risk of being saturated by images. But some photographs manage to leave a mark, such as the two here that were p...  | Read.. 
 
All at once
One day a few years ago, I was walking along the Reeperbahn in Hamburg when I spotted a wall covered with deeply disturbing graffiti. The text in the art was in German, so I a...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Old men ought to be explorers/ Here and there does not matter/ We must be still and still moving/ Into another intensity. — T.S. ELIOT