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Since 1st March, 1999
Graffiti and the EC
Graffito, singular: writing on wall; plural, graffiti. Man has been urged through the ages to read the writing on the wall. Graffiti have thus emerged as an integral part of human civilization. The art of graffiti was there in Greek and Roman times, ...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Dusk falling
Sir ' Ramachandra Guha, in his article, 'Calling it quits'(April 1), has missed the crucial point ' ...  | Read.. 
New wave
Sir ' The frontpage report, 'CM works on Mission Smart' (April 23), eulogizes the West Bengal chief ...  | Read.. 
Bitter pill
Sir ' The report, 'Malaria botch rap on World Bank'(April 26), lambasts the government of India mor ...  | Read.. 
An event becomes a non-event. The absence of a problem poses a problem. Nothing happened on election day in Calcutta. People ...| Read.. 
If there is a method in madness, Egypt needs to discover it quickly. The coordinated blasts in Dahab, another of Egypt's tour...| Read.. 
Eroding dam of patience
Every crisis in India is followed by the instituting of a 'panel' comprising retired men and women who once served in governm...  | Read.. 
This is not the age of pamphleteers. It is the age of engineers. The spark-gap is mightier than the pen. Democracy will not be salvaged by men who talk fluently, debate forcefully and quote aptly. ' LAMBERT HOGBEN
In a bind
Identity and Violence: The Illusion of Destiny By Amartya Sen, Viking,...  | Read.. 
Words are all that there is
Henry Higgins of Pygmalion and My Fair Lady fame belonged to ...  | Read.. 
All weather friends
WEATHER AND WARFARE By Ajey Lele, Lancer, Rs 595...  | Read.. 
Stars of the show
The Kapoors: The First Family of Indian Cinema By Madhu Jain, Viking, ...  | Read.. 
For the sake of freedom
Understanding the Venezuelan Revolution By Marta Harnecker, Daanish, Rs...  | Read.. 

Building the great divide