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All the president’s men
Since Independence, both the national parties when in office have usually placed the head of the party at a lower level than their prime minister. When they have not, as has been the experience in the Congress, there have been conflicts and problems....  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Nature’s fury
Sir — Calcutta had a taste of nature’s power on May 25 when Cyclone Aila swept over the city (“Who ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
FIGURES SPEAK
The Central Statistical Office is one of the more trustworthy offices of the Central government. It releases figures on almos...| Read.. 
 
FLIP SIDE
Multiculturalism is a bizarre game. Its official celebration of ‘difference’ is usually double-edged. Difference is entertain...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Flights of fancy
Why are Koreans so much braver than Israelis when faced with the threat of nuclear weapons? North Korea’s second underground ...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
The sunlight on the garden/ Hardens and grows cold,/ We cannot cage the minute/ Within its net of gold,/ When all is told/ We cannot beg for pardon. — LOUIS MACNEICE