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Tuesday , December 22 , 2009
 
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Social banditry
The novelist and critic, C.S. Lewis, said he had no time for those who thought that since they had read a book once, they had no need to read it again. The great works of literature were to read again and again. The urge to go back to a book was ...  | Read.. 
 
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For a new earth
Sir — The goings-on at the Copenhagen summit were reminiscent of the talks held by the World Trade ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
RIGHT TO SAY NO
Appearances are often deceptive. Narendra Modi’s decision to make voting compulsory in civic polls might appear, on the face ...| Read.. 
 
SAFE PASSAGE
Had Daood Sayed Gilani, settled in Chicago but born to a Pakistani father and an American mother, applied for a visa to India...| Read.. 
 
MALA FIDE
 
IN THE WRONG DIRECTION
The dignity and grace with which the outgoing governor of West Bengal, Gopal Krishna Gandhi, left the Raj Bhavan and the...  | Read.. 
OPED
Back to good times, but what about food prices?
The Central Statistical Organization has given everyone a very pleasant surprise by releasing figures which show that the country’s gross domestic product during the quarter...  | Read.. 
 
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