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Liberalized oppression
Two decades ago, commenting on struggles against dowry-related violence, a senior social scientist had remarked, ?It is like fighting the excesses of the Emergency, but not the Emergency itself.? We were reminded of his words when at a recent worksho...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
End of innocence
Sir ? The photograph of the young participant at the regional round of the television dance competi ...  | Read.. 
 
Value addition
Sir ? The Supreme Court verdict, upholding the new syllabus published by the National Council of Ed ...  | Read.. 
 
Jobs first
Sir ? K.B. Sahay is right in saying that sophisticated technologies are not for a poor country like ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir ? The Church of England?s opposition to yoga because of its Hindu origin is deplorable ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
RED AND GREEN
Adolf Hitler and the recent floods are part of the mixed baggage that Germany?s chancellor carried panting to the finishing l...| Read.. 
 
HANGING ON
The cookie has been stopped from crumbling for the time being. There was the distinct possibility that Haldia Petrochemicals ...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Clever move to clear the air
Yashwant Sinha?s brief stop-over in Bangladesh from August 24-25 seems to have been a goodwill visit, given that India?s rela...  | Read.. 
OPED
After the Kashmir elections
Now that the elections in Jammu and Kashmir seem to be going as planned, it seems certain that a democratically elected government would assume office in the state shortly. Su...  | Read.. 
 
Those who still remain on the fringes
For proper implementation of the programme, the state government decided (1988) to place the entire non-formal education section under the school education directorate at the ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
You can?t learn architecture any more than you can learn a sense of music or of painting. You should?nt talk about art, you should do it. ? PHILIP JOHNSON