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La Grande Entrée

Narendra Modi has recently visited a number of places abroad. One of them was Ottawa. The first Indian prime minister to visit it was, of course, Jawaharlal Nehru. He landed at Rockliffe Airport on October 23, 1949. Canada can be spectacularly col......   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor

Work together

Sir - The reports, "Rhinos, that's all our neighbour is asking for" and "Co... | Read»

Close the eye

Sir - The Union minister for human resource development, Smriti Irani, rece... | Read»

Missing the voice

Sir - With the demise of Richie Benaud, Australia has lost its greatest cri... | Read»

Untimely action  

Sir — At last the Rashtriya Janata Dal supremo, Lalu Prasad, has taken acti... | Read»

Home invasion

Sir — It was saddening to read the report, “Scientist kin tries to get prop... | Read»

Leading light

Sir — With the demise of Richie Benaud, Australia has lost its greatest cri... | Read»

Remembered greatness

Sir — I had the privilege of meeting J.B. Patnaik in Baripada long ago when... | Read»

 
EDITORIAL

Blowback

Activist, entrepreneur and part of Pakistan's rapidly-shrinking tribe of liberals, Sabeen Mahmud had lived by a maxim. To her, fear was just a line in the mind that one nee......   | Read..
 
 

Deep rumblings

Hell has no fury like nature scorned. Over 3,000 people are reported to have died in Nepal after a devastating earthquake struck the nation. Several people died in Uttar Pr......   | Read..
 
 
MALA FIDE

The Final Hour

Last week was sad and traumatic. It was peppered with deeply upsetting incidents that came together and reinforced how fragile we are when faced with the wrath of nature an......   | Read..
OPED

The importance of learning about feelings

Why do we react so immaturely to defeat and victory in cricket matches? Why are our public debates so insufferable? And why do our politicians make such irresponsible statements in public?...   | Read..
 
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