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An old contest

The battle between the judiciary and the executive (and its various arms) is never ending. In the recent past, it has actually intensified as the courts have stepped into a twilight zone created either by the executive's dereliction of its respons......   | Read..

Nesting places

On October 5, 2012, the German newspaper, Die Welt, invited the artist, Gerhard Richter, to put photographs made by him on all its pages in place of the usual news images. ......   | Read..
Letters to the Editor

Ideological battle

Sir - The article, "Beyond the crossroads" (July 21), was illuminating. O... | Read»

Distant dream

Sir - The state of women's health in India is deplorable ("Take charge", ... | Read»


A poor loser

The government of India has always been a poor loser - and can turn nasty when it loses a legal battle. This universal truth has started to play out once again after it was......   | Read..

Making history

Hillary Clinton is almost there. The Democratic Party's national convention at Philadelphia formally announced that she had won the nomination as the party's presidential c......   | Read..

The age of prejudice

It looks as though Donald Trump would become the president of the United States of America. The reason for this is that ordinary citizens are sick and tired of the policy a......   | Read..

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A fable for tomorrow
The subject of climate change has the capacity to divide people into warring camps of believers and non-believers, in much the same way as the topic of God's existence had done in the 19th century.......   | Read..
It is time to leave
In The Past, Tessa Hadley, one of Britain's most gifted contemporary novelists, explores her idea of a house in the English countryside. This house, named Kington, is 200 years old, decrepit, ......   | Read..
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