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What the children need

It is grey and wet outside the window although the snow in the countryside has melted. In London it is falling thickly in Parliament Square and no doubt trains and planes will shortly grind to a halt as usual. The weather may be typical for winter here — we hear of a less typical dramatically cold ...   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor
In vain
Sir — Pratham, a voluntary organization, has done a survey which revealed that the reading and arit ...  | Read.. 
 
Invisible people
Sir — The problems that arise from the faulty drawing of boundaries between nation states persist f ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir — The Bombay High Court’s recommendation that molestation be made a non-bailable offence is wel ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

FAMILY TRIALS

One of the most unnecessarily complex relationships in India’s political culture is the one between the Bharatiya Janata Part...   | Read..
 

FACE THE MUSIC

While the Obamas gently waltzed into their second stint at the White House, the tempo changed rapidly in Israel, the United S...   | Read..
 
OBITUARY
 
Passing away before her time
Life can be cruel, at times unnecessarily so. There is no other way to explain the untimely death of the historian, Kumkum Ch...  | Read.. 
OPED
If life seems jolly rotten
The other day, Gopalkrishna Gandhi delivered the Kamala lecture, “My Bengal”, and I had the privilege of listening to it. ...  | Read.. 
 
Forward and up
The long wait for the Congress to announce the successor to its leadership is over. Something significant has happened in India. Political leaders are not in the habit of step...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Nothing is as surprising as life. Except for writing. Except for writing. Yes, of course, except for writing, the only consolation. — ORHAN PAMUK