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The language of rights
The language of rights has come into increasing use in India in public debate in the course of the last couple of decades. In this process, the word ‘right’ has acquired a more capacious and flexible meaning than is ordinarily given to it by the Cons...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Open wound
Sir — Ramachandra Guha deserves to be praised for his brilliant, touching and timely article, “Two ...  | Read.. 
 
Middle path
Sir — The article, “The phantom enemy” (Oct 23), analysed the Maoist movement in India with precisi ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
A FINE BALANCE
Some analysts called it hawkish; others termed it as baby steps towards an exit. The second quarter review of the Reserve Ban...| Read.. 
 
TERROR RIDE
The sanity of a society is often tested in unusual ways. The hold-up of the Rajdhani Express on Tuesday has forced such a tes...| Read.. 
 
CHINA DIARY
 
Nation with a cold heart
The 60th anniversary celebrations are over, and things are back to normal. Shanghai’s posh People’s Plaza was witness to a si...  | Read.. 
OPED
The man who captured the truth
It is September 23, 1899. A 40-year-old Italian photographer is standing on the Zemu Glacier in north Sikkim at an altitude of around 15,000 feet, below the massive northeast...  | Read.. 
 
Don’t leave any stone unturned
In July 2006, in a village in Haryana, a five-year-old fell into a deep, narrow pit left uncovered by workers. While Prince lay inside the pit, an entire nation stayed glued t...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The notion of a defence that will protect American cities is one that will not be achieved, but it is that goal that supplies the political magic in the President’s vision. — JAMES SCHLESINGER