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CIMA Gallary
The unquiet grave
If he were all by himself, the well-meaning, if somewhat confused as well as loquacious, Gandhian might have been more effectively tackled. But a different situation emerged with this wild rush on the part of stalwarts of India Incorporated and the ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Frightening facts
Sir — The Supreme Court, in all fairness, has granted bail to the renowned social activist, Binayak ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
BIT OF SKIRT
It has now been proved that women always play to the gallery. The Badminton World Federation has made it mandatory for women ...| Read.. 
 
CLEAR GUIDELINE
Superheroes have not completely vanished, but the Supreme Court has rejected the role of super legislature — for itself as we...| Read.. 
 
BONAFIDE
 
Ruled by greed
Driving to work this morning, being blocked by illegally parked government cars with red lights atop them and ‘CD’ cars break...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
Anything important is never left to the vote of the people. We only get to vote on some man; we never get to vote on what he is to do. — WILL ROGERS
 
BOOKS
Unbound
It is easy to understand why the mere mention of Niall Ferguson ...  | Read.. 
 
Alone, amiss, awander
In 1951, the American poet, Elizabeth Bishop, then 40, arrived in Santos,...  | Read.. 
 
Men who wrote the English Bible
This year marks the 400th anniversary of one of the most — many, including ...  | Read.. 
 
Treasure trove
INSURGENT SEPOYS: EUROPE VIEWS THE REVOLT OF 1857 Edited by Shaswati Ma...  | Read.. 
 


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