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The political responses to Rajan Vichare, a Shiv Sena MP, stuffing a chapati into a fasting Muslim’s mouth at the Maharashtra Sadan in Delhi last week tell us something about the texture of Indian politics after the general election....   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
Unlock the mystery
Sir — Since I have been actively involved in botany and plant science, the article, “Indians help b ...  | Read.. 
Listen to reason
Sir — It is some consolation that I, a retired schoolteacher of history, am not the only one who ha ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir — The Hirakud dam is the lifeline of the people living in the Sambalpur region. The water is pr ...  | Read.. 


What does a can of pepper spray have in common with a chapati being stuffed into an unwilling mouth? Both objects are ...   | Read..


Having recently abstained from voting on the United Nations human rights council resolution asking for an international probe...   | Read..
Pay for every mistake
Clouds gather, they titillate the senses and fill us with expectation, and then scatter. The monsoon is playing havoc with us...  | Read.. 
Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night. — EDGAR ALLAN POE
Rescue mission
The Last King in India Wajid ‘Ali Shah, 1822-1887 By Rosie Llewellyn-Jones,...  | Read.. 
The accidental writer who travelled far
In the Footsteps of Afanasii Nikitin: Travels through Eurasia and India in ...  | Read.. 
War in the name of god
The warrior state By T.V. Paul, Random House, Rs 499...  | Read.. 
Paperback Picking
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