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It’s not usual for me to write consecutive columns on the same subject or even connected issues but, since we are marking many anniversaries in this period, let me note the upcoming 23rd anniversary of the day the world became familiar with the word ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Counting dead crows
Sir — Every day, I take a walk in the afternoon from the Beckbagan crossing to Mouchak to the Bang ...  | Read.. 
 
Welcome back
Sir — The report, “Hail, Sushanta; long live same old party” (Feb 8), brings out the ugly face of p ...  | Read.. 
 
Can’t cheat
Sir — Almost all Indians inherit plots of land or portions of their parental houses. Yet our educat ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
WHAT IS HIS AGE?
There seems to be great relief and general satisfaction that the court case of the army chief versus the Union of Indi...| Read.. 
 
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