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Origin myths of nations

The southern coastal city of Xiamen is a showpiece for the new China. A hub of investment and industry, it faces Taiwan. The Taiwanese have invested massively in Xiamen, as have the overseas Chinese. The streets are wide and the pavements properly paved; the ...   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor
Baby steps
Sir — A recent television advertisement for a fan manufacturing company is remarkable. In the adver ...  | Read.. 
 
Lost crusader
Sir — The nation has lost an eminent Islamic scholar and social activist, Asghar Ali Engineer. He p ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

BENEATH CONTEMPT

Purists among cricket lovers will gloat; they will say that they knew all along. They will argue that forms of corruption are...   | Read..
 
REVIEW ARTS
Wit, disquiet and dystopian fables
No cursory glance will do at CIMA’s summer show, on till July 27. For the extravagant imagination of some artists builds up intriguing dystopian fables with a wealth of detail...  | Read.. 
 
Dark memories
While researchers on Indian drama in English have made Mahesh Dattani their fashionable first stop, creating a mountain of mediocre papers and theses, Bengali groups refuse to...  | Read.. 
 
Dismal scenario
Innovation and experimentation in the field of Indian classical dance are increasing in a noticeable manner. There were legendary dancers and innovators who choreographed piec...  | Read.. 
 
OPED
In the history books again
There was a time — say, three hundred years ago — when our sleepy bay awoke to feel the weight of ocean-going vessels sailing...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
When I got to the street, I walked boldly. But I was always accompanied by an agonizing thought: the fear that honest people may be thieves who have chosen a cleverer and safer way of stealing. — JEAN GENET