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Throw light on the dark

"Where were you during the emergency?" In the last one week, I have been asked this question by many diplomats, Indian and foreign, who were not born when the lights went out of our surroundings in more ways than one on June 25, 1975....   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor

Off track

• Sir - The railways in India are one of the lifelines of the country ("Rai... | Read»

Wrong move

• Sir - Yoga is good for one's health, but it is not something that ought t... | Read»

Spirit of love

• Sir - With the demise of Sister Nirmala, the world has lost a great human... | Read»

 
EDITORIAL

Piece rate

The move by budget airlines to slap a fee on check-in baggage has been nixed for now after the civil aviation ministry asked the directorate general of civil aviation not t......   | Read..
 
 

Lessons learnt

Holding of elections alone does not make a democracy. This was once again proved by the local and parliamentary polls held on Monday in Burundi. The elections were held in ......   | Read..
 
 
WORDCAGE

The sky may change colour

Exactly what is a quantum leap? I once used this phrase to describe some huge change in sport. Just what change, I forget. But, for instance, it might have been, though it ......   | Read..
LAW
Matter of interest
The Lalit Modi-Sushma Swaraj imbroglio has turned the spotlight on the need for a law to tackle conflict of interest, says Sonia Sarkar
As the latest controversy related to the minister of external affairs, Sushma Swaraj, and former Indian Premier League boss, Lalit Modi, unfolds, there is a growing demand for a law on conflict of ......   | Read..
 
LEGAL FAQs
Advocate Nibedita Roye answers your queries
My friend was married in a church. She has now filed for mutual divorce. Can she be legally divorced even though the marriage was not legalised in any court of law? If yes, what course would the co......   | Read..
 
SCRIPSI

I sometimes seem to myself to wander around the world merely accumulating material for future nostalgias. - VIKRAM SETH