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Equally for all

The ongoing fracas around Ashis Nandy’s statements about caste and corruption at the Jaipur Literature Festival on January 26, 2013, is disturbing for reasons that go deeper than the threat to the freedom of speech in India today....   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor
Deep rot
Sir — It is most unfortunate that the Bar Association, a body representing 5,500 lawyers of the Cal ...  | Read.. 
 
Courage to know
Sir — The news report, “Topper who split books” (Jan 25), was quite touching. Prema Jayakumar and h ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

SHAME

There is something rotten in the state of West Bengal. The government of the state did not want Salman Rushdie to visit Calcu...   | Read..
 

GO BACK

“Are you still harking back,” Norman Tebbit had asked Britain’s Asian population in 1990, “to where you came from or where yo...   | Read..
 
CHINA DIARY
 
Frugal Lives
When the Supreme Leader speaks, the country listens. The new communist party head and soon-to-be president, Xi Jinping, has s...  | Read.. 
OPED
Children of a dreadful midnight
With the stopping of Rushdie's visit to Calcutta, the city finally completes its downfall to a spirit-crippled provincial town, writes Ruchir Joshi ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Language is courage: the ability to conceive a thought, to speak it, and by doing so to make it true. — SALMAN RUSHDIE