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Revenge drama
The death of Velupillai Prabhakaran brought back a flood of memories. If history is to determine the day when India’s pre-eminence in all of South Asia began its decline, it would be November 17, 1986. Prabhakaran, the founder of the Liberation Tiger...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Another stint
Sir — After achieving stupendous success in the Lok Sabha elections, and having assisted the United ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
BACK TO REFORMS
The last government of the present prime minister was not known for vision or activity. As if aware of this, the prime minist...| Read.. 
 
HARD TASK
A new prime minister may not mean an end to the current spell of Nepal’s political instability. No one would know this better...| Read.. 
 
WORDCAGE
 
A new life for the old fat cats
Britain’s House of Commons does not include as many members with criminal records as the new Lok Sabha, if one is to believe ...  | Read.. 
LAW
Not quite eco-friendly
The ministry of environment and forests has stirred a hornet’s nest with its proposed changes to some of the environment protection rules that apply to development projects. W...  | Read.. 
 
Street Legal
When a teacher in an Army Public School complained of sexual harassment by the vice-chairman of the school, she ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
I cannot help it that my paintings do not sell. The time will come when people will see that they are worth more than the price of the paint. — VINCENT VAN GOGH