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The common thread
Like the proverbial bad penny, secularism has re-entered the public discourse with gusto. Concerns over the agitation in Jammu over a land transfer to the Sri Amarnath Shrine Board, the pro-azadi stir in the Kashmir valley, the Hindu-Christian...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Troubled land
Sir — The editorial, “Twilight of a state” (Aug 31), declares Mamata Banerjee to be “a political le ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
TALKS ON A RUIN
Singur is a chronicle of a disaster foretold. This might appear to be an exaggerated conclusion in the midst of news that a s...| Read.. 
 
EXITS TO STAY
Democracy is something to be officially celebrated as well as feared. This ambivalence informs the Indian State, and manifest...| Read.. 
 
BONA FIDE
 
Time and tide wait for none
Political manipulations, negative and self-serving, indulged in by almost all parties in India, along with the ruthless jocke...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
Good taste is better than bad taste, but bad taste is better than no taste, and men without individuality have no taste — at any rate no taste that they can impose on their publics. — ARNOLD BENNETT
 
BOOKS
Secret springs
“Fiction — if it at all aspires to be art — appeals to temperament,” wrote Joseph Conrad in his...  | Read.. 
 
Highs and lows of the Indian economy after Independence
Arvind Panagariya’s latest work is arguably the most comprehensive and inci...  | Read.. 
 
This book is no mistake
Ferdinand Mount has dabbled in many things: leader-writing, speech writing,...  | Read.. 
 
Waking up into a god’s reverie
Dreaming Vishnus: A Journey through Central India By Vikramjit Ram, ...  | Read.. 
 

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