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Prisoners of the past
“When I call on cabinet ministers, the president, or governors, they all love to talk about their sons, sons-in-law and daughters in the US and how well they’re doing and how well they like things. The next day I read in the papers the very same p...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Have less faith
Sir — The Kerala education board has taken a bold, progressive and commendable step by encouraging ...  | Read.. 
 
Privilege and merit
Sir — Ashok Mitra is correct about the advantage of affluence for quality higher education in India ...  | Read.. 
 
Taking stock
Sir — The stock markets seem to be following the format of the Twenty20 cricket match these days. T ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
A PRIME MINISTER
There is a widespread illusion in India that governance is about winning elections and staying in office. All political parti...| Read.. 
 
REVIEW ARTS
Another universe of thought
As more and more young people join the world of theatre, it becomes necessary to scrutinize their efforts more discriminatingly, going beyond the general hosannas of encourage...  | Read.. 
 
Charged with light
The highly charged, eerily beautiful photographs of Trent Parke exhibited at Bose Pacia (Minutes to Midnight, June 13 to 28) ...  | Read.. 
 
Look back in passion
The 20th century witnessed a wave of cross-cultural activities in India and Bengal. Indigenous and foreign approaches confronted each other in every sphere of life, often prod...  | Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Farewell to the Shivaliks
Last year, when I came to the Shivaliks for the summer months, I swore it would be the last time. The journey by road turned ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Free speech is about as good a cause as the world has ever known. But, like the poor, it is always with us and gets shoved aside in favour of things which seem to some given moment more vital.... Everybody favours free speech in the slack moments when no axes are being ground. — HEYWOOD BROUN