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Too close to disaster
The recent ‘near miss’ at Mumbai airport involving the fleet of helicopters flying the president of India and her party speaks poorly of the management of national air space. The ensuing public spat between the minister of civil aviation and the chie...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Wide berth
Sir — I travelled by the Hatia-Ranchi-Howrah Express on February 17. I was pleased to note that the ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
FIRST STEPS
No matter what politicians say, an electoral alliance is ultimately all about hard-nosed bargains over seats. No alliance is ...| Read.. 
 
GAME OF PATIENCE
India is still far from proving that its diplomacy has prevailed over Pakistan. No one should know this better than Pranab Mu...| Read.. 
 
MALA FIDE
 
Where hope is alive
Being away from the newspapers and television for five days is like having been to a fine spa where elaborate treatment relax...  | Read.. 
OPED
A kiss with the eyes open
This Fotocorp image appeared in colour on the Nation page of The Telegraph on January 2 this year, little more than a month after the Mumbai attacks. The caption said, ...  | Read.. 
 
Fugitive moment
Robert Capa’s photograph of the ‘death’ of a Republican soldier during the Spanish civil war, known as Falling Soldier (officially called the Death of a Loyalist Mil...  | Read.. 
 
Speaking pictures
You may be amused by this photograph of five children in a state of high excitement, but you could be getting it all wrong. On its own, the image conveys no clear message; its...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
You can’t learn too soon that the most useful thing about a principle is that it can always be sacrificed to expediency. — W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM