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Economists unbound
It is an ill wind that does nobody any good. We should be thankful, the hell let loose in Charminar city has brought to a halt the daily sermon to the nation from the till-now-holier-than-thou IT barons. Some of them have turned out to be crooks....  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Fists raised
Sir — I want to convey my sense of outrage at what happened in a Mangalore pub recently (“Pub attac ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
NOT ENOUGH
Nestling in a new bill waiting to become law could be fresh hope for the pursuit of excellence in India. The Scheduled Castes...| Read.. 
 
TARGET PRACTICE
The Americans are once again on top. The new order in the United States of America has replaced the hesitant, blow-hot-blow-c...| Read.. 
 
BONA FIDE
 
Lost the plot again
As we ‘celebrate’ our gradual maturing as a democratic, secular and federal republic, a sadness tends to mar what should have...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
There won’t be any revolution in America... The people are all too clean. They spend all their time changing their shorts and washing themselves. You can’t feel fierce and revolutionary in a bathroom. — ERIC ROBERT LINKLATER
 
BOOKS
Royal treat
Babur defeated Ibrahim Lodi in the Battle of Panipat in April 1526, and so ...  | Read.. 
 
Beyond the concepts of good and evil
In The History of Sexuality, Vol I: The Will to Knowledge, Michel Foucault makes...  | Read.. 
 
A girl who read Mr Dickens
A group of children in a small village on a tropical island in the South Pa...  | Read.. 
 

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