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Tuesday , March 16 , 2010
 
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High-level sudoku
The meeting of the Indian and Pakistani foreign secretaries at the end of February ended with nothing of great significance — except for the fact that it happened at all. There was a general sense, virtually across the political and strategic ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Better late than never
Sir — At last, the special investigation team, appointed by the Supreme Court, has summoned the chi ...  | Read.. 
 
Tough decisions
Sir — Brijesh D. Jayal’s article, “Time to walk the talk” (March 4), is forthright. The army is ind ...  | Read.. 
 
Driving home
Sir — In response to “Ticket to drive” (March10), I would like to express my views about the propos ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
RIGHT DOSE
Increasing costs and abysmal inefficiency usually combine to make healthcare systems in India a very dismal affair...| Read.. 
 
JUST TEACHING
There is something hollow at the heart of education in India. It has been a long time, almost 10 years in fact, since the ...| Read.. 
 
MALA FIDE
 
The Larger Truth
To return from a neighbouring country and read the newspapers of the past four days is enough to make you ill. ...  | Read.. 
OPED
Locked away, safely
I have often wondered what happens to children after they are sent to government homes. Different categories of vulnerable children — orphans and the disabled, drug-offenders ...  | Read.. 
 
Legal twist
The government of India’s proposed Integrated Child Protection Scheme aims to bring together existing child protection initiatives under a single, unified programme. One of it...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
I expect you’ll be becoming a schoolmaster, sir. That’s what most of the gentlemen do, sir, that gets sent down to indecent behaviour. — EVELYN WAUGH