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Invisible classes

It’s a question of class. No trace of the anger that fuels India’s reaction to the outrageous treatment of Devyani Khobragade can be found in the response to the December 8 riot in Singapore’s Little India. Yet the episode’s cause and effect bear on thousands of poor people slaving for a living in a...   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
Free ride
Sir — Speed post is getting exciting. Last month, a package addressed to Pune went to Calcutta firs ...  | Read.. 
Party time
Sir — Sourav Ganguly has reportedly said that he has not made up his mind on the Bharatiya Janata P ...  | Read.. 
Pure rant
Sir — Mani Shankar Aiyar’s statement that the time has come for the Congress to sit in the Oppositi ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir — I had a horrible experience after I had boarded the Kharagpur-Villupuram superfast express. L ...  | Read.. 
Role play
Sir — The Bharatiya Janata Party in Bihar appears to have forgotten to play the role of a constructive Opposition. Had this not been ...  | Read.. 
Equal rights
Sir — Whether the reaction of Sonia Gandhi on the Supreme Court’s ruling stems from ...  | Read.. 


A peculiar invisibility masks an estimated 50 million people in India, and many outside it. The twists and turns of the incid...   | Read..
Lost landscapes and alley cats
Several enquiries overlap in Hungarian artist Anna Kubinyi’s weaves, seen recently at Victoria Memorial. The show was a tribute to Alexander Csoma de Koros (1784-1842), the fo...  | Read.. 
Trapped in a limbo
Nandikar could never have imagined that the small theatre festival they started in 1984 would grow into one of the most respected annual national platforms 30 years on, and p...  | Read.. 
Possessed by melody
The city got an opportunity to listen to the solo sarod recital of the popular musician, Pratyush Bandyopadhyay (picture), in a recent programme held at G.D. Birla Sabhagar, o...  | Read.. 
Managing the neighbours
India’s search for a successful neighbourhood policy continues. Sections of our society are anxious about our failure to manage our relations with ...  | Read.. 
There is some magic in wealth, which can thus make persons pay their court to it, when it does not even benefit themselves. How strange it is, that a fool or knave, with riches, should be treated with more respect by the world, than a good man, or a wise man in poverty! — ANN RADCLIFFE