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Saturday , March 24 , 2012
 
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The man and the persona
A year ago, while recovering from an asthmatic attack, I found some profound consolation in the morning’s newspaper, whose front page carried a photo of a tall, slim, handsome young man in conversation with a short, plump, middle-aged man of undistin...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Signal loss
Sir — A lot is being done in the name of road safety. But these measures ignore some basic rules ...  | Read.. 
 
Young guns
Sir — India’s win against Pakistan in the Asia Cup encounter was very satisfying for the way the ...  | Read.. 
 
Keep watching
Sir — It is unfortunate that a case of ‘vaccine- derived polio virus’ has been detected in the dist ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
UNDER WESTERN EYES
Social networking sites are versatile vehicles for articulating views of a society or of sections of it. Thus politicians and...| Read.. 
 
REVIEW ARTS
The structure of the poet’s dreams
Those who take even a passing interest in Rabindranath Tagore would be aware of his desire to open a modern educational institution based on the philosophy of the Upanishad...  | Read.. 
 
Alternative view
Little noticed on the metropolitan scene because perceived as backward or unfashionable, theatre in the districts continues to surprise with some challenging work, forcing its...  | Read.. 
 
Magical evening
Amaan Ali Khan is undoubtedly the best exponent of Indian classical music of his generation. He has the perfect blending of creativity and imagination. Amaan Ali Khan, the son...  | Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
News for breakfast
My first look at The Tribune was in 1932, when I joined Government College in Lahore. Since then, it has been by my si...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
I’ve an irritating chuckle, I’ve a celebrated sneer,/ I’ve an entertaining snigger, I’ve a fascinating leer./ To everybody’s prejudice I know a thing or two;/ I can tell a woman’s age in half a minute — and I do./ But although I try to make myself as pleasant as I can,/ Yet everybody says I’m such a disagreeable man! — W.S. GILBERT