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Ray’s magic lantern

Like his films, Ray was deeply rooted in the culture of Bengal, but was simultaneously international. He straddled effortlessly the East and the West. Consequently, his films are culture-specific and yet manage to transcend language and cultural barriers. Probably that is why, even today, they run t...   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor
Costly move
Sir — The Indian cricket squads for the upcoming Test and one-day international series against Sout ...  | Read.. 
 
Justice served
Sir — The verdict passed by the Gauhati High Court, sentencing five persons, including four tea gar ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

OUT OF THE RING

The Tata group is now so only in name; its real head is Cyrus Mistry. But it is India’s largest and most spread-out group. He...   | Read..
 

HURRY UP

As global issues and causes go, HIV/AIDS seems to have gone a little bit out of fashion — compared to, say, global warming an...   | Read..
 
SCRIPSI
One of the liberating effects of science fiction when I was a teenager was precisely its ability to tune me into all sorts of strange data and make me realize that I wasn’t as totally isolated in perceiving the world as being monstrous and crazy. — WILLIAM GIBSON