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Another view
I have written before of the altered picture of news from one's own country when viewed from abroad. When the current news reports in the United Kingdom are not filled wholly with the stench from the murky stewpot of the cash for honours scandal, int...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Bitter harvest
Sir ' History and myth have several instances of the success of one brother making the other insecu ...  | Read.. 
 
No small problem
Sir ' The points raised by Tarunabh Khaitan cannot be over-emphasized ('Still a matter of shame', A ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
DAY OF CHOICE
It used to be said at one time that the Left Front ruled West Bengal without controlling the capital of the state. This obser...| Read.. 
 
NOT PEACEFUL
Setbacks are hardly sudden; they usually have a build-up. The ceasefire between the Sri Lankan government and the Liberation ...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
It is still an uphill task
During the first phase of the assembly elections in Assam, a news clipping on television showed how two adults, both physical...  | Read.. 
OPED
Charting a new course
It had to happen at some point of time. The continuation of George Fernandes as president of the Janata Dal (United) (which sees itself as a secular force) and, at the same ti...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
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