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To know where to stop
Other than recounting your dreams, perhaps the dullest form of monologue is remembering where you were and what you were doing when you heard that famous person X had died. Please, then, be patient with the next few sentences. In 1952, I was a six-ye...  | Read.. 
 
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Talk, but with care
Sir — A recent advertisement by a certain cell phone company promotes the slogan: “Walk when you t ...  | Read.. 
 
Broken wings
Sir — It would be absolutely immoral on the part of the Indian government to bail out Air India wi ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir — It seems that Bengalis are getting worried about the high prices of vegetables. Potatoes cost ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
STRAIGHT FORWARD
It is difficult to just let it happen. First, to be absolutely secure, it would have to happen in Delhi. Everywhere else is s...| Read.. 
 
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Eating humble pie
Old habits die hard
Maternity with marriage
Get, set, and go
Safety in numbers
A tweet a day keeps trouble away
SCRIPSI
‘But,’ said Alice, ‘the question is whether you can make a word mean different things.’ ‘Not so,’ said Humpty-Dumpty, ‘the question is which is to be the master. That’s all.’ We are the masters at the moment, and not only at the moment, but for a very long time to come. — SIR HARTLEY SHAWCROSS