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Chinks in the armour

As the festivities marking the end of the nation's 67th Republic Day drew to an end, one was left not with a spirit of bounden pride as one recalled during one's younger days but with a feeling of mixed emotions. The solemn ceremony with the prime......   | Read..
Letters to the Editor

Slow time

Sir — The editorial, “Renewed pledge” (Jan 26), has underlined the necessit... | Read»

Dark water

Sir - I recently went to the supermarket on Fraser Road, and was taken abac... | Read»

Quick wit

Sir - Lalu Prasad is of the opinion that urine can serve as an effective an... | Read»

Parting shot

Sir - A member of the Bihar legislative assembly, Sarfaraz Alam, is in news... | Read»

Constant fear  

Sir — The arrest of the criminal brothers, Sushil and Sushant Dhal Samant, ... | Read»

Slow time

Sir — The editorial, “Renewed pledge” (Jan 26), has underlined the necessit... | Read»


Clear cut

The Union budget season has already begun with speculations about what the finance minister might do regarding management of the fiscal deficit. Will he be able to keep it ......   | Read..

South Paw

With the second visit of the Indian foreign minister, Sushma Swaraj, to Sri Lanka, the India-Sri Lanka joint commission seems to have resumed work without much ado after a ......   | Read..

Strive to be the best

It is time to make a new commitment to the nation, and every citizen needs to participate in this exercise to transform the public space. It must be executed with a passion......   | Read..

Uncertain motive

Political actions take advantage of the gaps in the Constitution
Narendra Modi has often spoken about the benefits of cooperative federalism. Do the cabinet and the prime minister adhere to its norms? The scuffle between the erstwhile Congress government in Arun......   | Read..

Not quite a perfect science

Mathematical models of rational markets contributed to the last crash. A more rounded discipline can help save us from another, writes Timothy Garton Ash
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When the final result is expected to be a compromise, it is often prudent to start from an extreme position. - JOHN MAYNARD KEYNES