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Palanquins with a view
In 19th-century India, people on the move were a significant visual reminder of class and caste differences: those better placed in life used various modes of transportation — some were borne to their destinations in palkis or palanquins on th...  | Read.. 
 
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Face the truth
Sir — There has been a lot of brouhaha over a recently launched television reality show, Sach Ka ...  | Read.. 
 
Costly defence
Sir — Ashok Mitra, in his article “Where the dividend lies” (July 17), has severely criticized the ...  | Read.. 
 
A tough bargain
Sir — India should have never signed the end-use monitoring agreement with the United States of Ame ...  | Read.. 
 
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CURRYING FLAVOURS
Concerning chicken tikka masala, one issue should be put to rest. It is not an Indian dish, even if some south Asian p...| Read.. 
 
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There may have been disillusionment in the lives of the medieval saints, but they would scarcely have been better pleased if they could have foreseen that their names would be associated nowadays chiefly with racehorses and the cheaper clarets. — HECTOR HUGO MUNRO (SAKI)