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Sunday , April 29 , 2012
 
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All those bigger pictures

without fuss, people join the queue to shuffle forward before making a U-turn around a cone, then all the way back to the entrance arches to the next cone before doubling back, and so on. No one tries to jump the queue, no one tries any shortcuts. When somebody needs to go get a coffee or a snack, ...   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor
The selfish giant
Sir — The report, “Ex-officer gets life for killing boy” (April 21), was about a retired army colon ...  | Read.. 
 
Crack open
Sir — Team Anna has taken the right step by expelling Mufti Shameem Kazmi from its core committee ( ...  | Read.. 
 
Erratum
In the review, “The book of small things” (April 27), it was mentioned that “Proust was an illegiti ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

BRINGING THE HOUSE DOWN

Institutions are of little consequence in India. This is demonstrated in the way institutions are allowed to decline in India...   | Read..
 
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The problem is acceptance, which is something we’re taught not to do. We’re taught to improve uncomfortable situations, to change things, alleviate unpleasant feelings. But if you accept the reality that you have been given— that you are not in a productive creative period — you free yourself to begin filling up again. — ANNE LAMOTT