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No longer a surprise
The author is former secretary, ministry of information and broadcasting...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
A time to court trouble
Sir — Is it mere coincidence that New York’s mayor, Michael Bloomberg, has decided to sue the India ...  | Read.. 
 
Protesting too much
Sir — The Iraq war has many ramifications for policies, facts and fond imaginations. In principle, ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
IN THE OTHER COURT
Although law cannot change society, it can be made to help the dispossessed. That is what is heartening about the recent note...| Read.. 
 
SACK OF BAGHDAD
The fall of a tyrant is invariably followed by scenes of popular jubilation. The rejoicing often spills over into indiscrimin...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
The fourth world war
“We have learned two things from the war in Iraq. We have learned that the Tigris flows through Baghdad, and the Hubris flow...  | Read.. 
OPED
Capital ideas fetch high returns
The scheme will now be more flexible and allow import of capital goods for pre-production and post production facilities also. Export obligation will be rationalized by linkin...  | Read.. 
 
On the water front
The landscape of the river basins in Bihar has a distinctive character of its own. However, when the floods wreak havoc in places like Khagaria’s Sonmanki area, on the Bagmati...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
It becomes more and more evident that life can never really be understood in time simply because at no particular moment can I find the necessary resting-place from which to understand it — backwards. — SÖREN AABYE KIERKEGAARD