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A vision for keeps
It’s that time of the year again, when conditioned by custom, we conjure up images of the year that was. The point of such an exercise is to be enriched in some way. I for one like looking back on the year and its events so that I can choose somethin...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Written in the stars
Sir — The article, “Donkeys, stars, chief ministers” (Dec 20), by Khushwant Singh was delightful. I ...  | Read.. 
 
Value added
Sir — The report, “Tougher screening for PhDs” (Dec 24), regarding the tightening of rules for thos ...  | Read.. 
 
Ghost town
Sir — The majority of the tanneries that exist in Calcutta now are owned by Indian non-Bengalis. Pr ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
SITTINGS IN STATE
Some fairy tales are painful. The Indian Parliament today makes even fairly recent memories of debate, discussion and voting ...| Read.. 
 
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I always claim the mission workers came out too early to catch any sinners on this part of Broadway. At such an hour the sinners are still in bed resting up from their sinning of the night before, so they will be in good shape for more sinning a little later on. — ALFRED DAMON RUNYON