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Friday , December 25 , 2009
 
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Turkey in translation
The growing traffic mess in Delhi — courtesy, it is said, the preparations for next year’s Commonwealth Games — may be infuriating to the man in a hurry, but it has provided fresh employment opportunities. It may be a sign of the capital’s growing pr...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Home thoughts
Sir — It is but natural for any group of people to try to carve an identity for themselves, and to ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir — Rajiv Gandhi once said that Calcutta is a dying city. Truth is always bitter, and his remarks ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
MORALITY PLAY
The Bharatiya Janata Party may be the biggest loser in Jharkhand, but it is the Congress that faces the toughest challenge ov...| Read.. 
 
FIRE IN THE BELLY
For millions of Indian consumers, having to put their mouths where their money is could mean having to give up eating a few m...| Read.. 
 
BONA FIDE
 
Lead from the Front
The dictionary defines ‘perks’ — an abbreviation of ‘perquisites’ — as “a benefit one enjoys because of one’s job or positio...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
I have the satiric temperament: when I am laughing at anyone I am generally rather amusing, but when I am praising anyone, I am always deadly dull. — MAX BEERBOHM
 
BOOKS
Lovesickness
In Book V of Inferno, as Dante meets the abject Francesca bemoaning her love for Paolo  | Read.. 
 
The man who set the tone for the times
Well might Harold Evans revel in riding the spectacular roller coaster   | Read.. 
 
Different path
Dhanam. In the history and folklore of south Indian music and dance, she is a name like none other. Little ...  | Read.. 
 
Ways to make it to the list
In the ‘books of the year’ lists that many newspapers and magazines publish...  | Read.. 
 

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