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CIMA Gallary
That prescient old fox
Nothing reveals more explicitly the American middle-class mind than the comic strips, otherwise known as ‘funnies’, carried every day in the newspapers. A recent piece of the popular Wizard of Id strip has the King of Id enquiring of his minis...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Red alert
Sir — The day scribes were attacked in Pirakata was a sad one for the press in Bengal, where newspa ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
STABILITY TEST
With the Union cabinet approving the revocation of president’s rule in the state, Jharkhand will finally get another elected ...| Read.. 
 
ONE FELL SWOOP
Without any violence and with the fullest use of the constitutional machinery, the Mahinda Rajapakse government has achieved ...| Read.. 
 
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Delicate Balance
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh spoke to a few carefully selected senior media people at his residence the other day to put for...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
Any general statement is like a cheque drawn on a bank. Its value depends on what is there to meet it. — EZRA POUND
 
BOOKS
Scholar rebel
The Kosambi whom historians know well is D.D., the brilliant iconoclastic scholar ...  | Read.. 
 
Freedom in a different garb
Books on India’s freedom movement are still of topical interest. Authors have not ceased...  | Read.. 
 
Joys of imitation
The simple definition of parody is an imitation of the style of a particula...  | Read.. 
 
Once upon a time
In What is History? E.H.Carr points out the tricky relationship between a historian...  | Read.. 
 

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