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Thursday , January 26 , 2012
 
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Making a tradition
The recurrent irritation that Salman Rushdie causes to India, and that India in turn causes to Salman Rushdie — a bad marriage that has gone on for the past three decades despite every sign of an impending divorce — extracts collateral costs from the...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Turf war
Sir — Swapan Dasgupta’s article, “Reign of terror” (Jan 20), is praiseworthy. Dasgupta has discusse ...  | Read.. 
 
Fair enough
Sir — The case examined in the editorial, “Right again” (Jan 23), is both enlightening and entertai ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
CHAINED LINK
It may be India’s 63rd Republic Day, but is India sure it is a free country? Salman Rushdie, not only forced to cancel his vi...| Read.. 
 
BLOOD ON SNOW
State terror takes many forms, including some patently absurd ones. Tibetans in China have been killed for espousing their ow...| Read.. 
 
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Lessons in deceit
It is not just the loot of hundreds of crores of rupees by parents but the loss of innocence of lakhs of school-children — mo...  | Read.. 
OPED
Not yet under the shadow of the gun
It appears to be a 40-year cycle of misfortune for the army in Pakistan. All of a sudden the atmosphere is charged with rumours of an imminent coup by the beleaguered army chi...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The instinct of nearly all societies is to lock up anybody who is truly free. First, society begins by trying to beat you up. If this fails, they try to poison you. If this fails too, they finish by loading honors on your head. — JEAN COCTEAU