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From warmth to coldness
This is a topsy-turvy time in London. April and May were apparently really warm, but July, despite the odd spell of hot, sunny weather, has actually been quite cool, especially for a warm-water fish like this writer. There were two themes running in ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Feel the weight
Sir — I am a student of Class IX. The heavy load of my schoolbag is proving to be a great problem f ...  | Read.. 
 
Buy a smile
Sir — The photograph captioned “From CM to street kids: Rs 500 and a smile” (July 24) in The Tel ...  | Read.. 
 
Real hero
Sir — I was overwhelmed on reading the frontpage article “Man hugs leopard to save its life” (July ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
DIAL 100 FOR HELPLESSNESS
Dial 100 to report a murder, but be prepared to be greeted by a stony silence. This seems to be the moral of the story of a d...| Read.. 
 
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There is a man that I know/ For seventeen years he never spoke./ Guess he had nothing to say,/ He opened his mouth on Judgement Day./ I listened with all of my might/ But was scared by the look in his eyes/ Like he’d already lost the fight/ And there was no hope ever in sight./ No hope in the air,/ No hope in the water,/ Not even for me,/ Your last serving daughter.— LAURA MARLING