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Unscrambling omelettes

I wrote in this column on February 7 about the Supreme Court’s judgment regarding telecommunications licences. I return to the subject because the course of events points towards an outcome that in my opinion would constitute a grave injustice. I have been impelled to visit the subject again becaus...   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor
Wrong time
Sir — The nomination of Sachin Tendulkar to the Upper House of Parliament overwhelmed all Indians, ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

SOFT LANDING

The much-publicized and much-debated charge of ‘contempt of court’ brought by the Pakistan supreme court against the country’...   | Read..
 

CATCH ’EM YOUNG

In a fairytale, the wise fairies and kind wizards win in the end, not the ogres. Teenagers in India must have long realized t...   | Read..
 
MALA FIDE
 
To Kill A New Idea
Sonia Gandhi visited Karnataka and made an excellent speech, addressing such important issues as culture, spirituality and ed...  | Read.. 
OPED
Means and ends of looking East
India’s Look East policy has already yielded impressive results. Successful trade agreements have been signed with Singapore, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations..  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The desire to get married is a basic and primal instinct in women. It’s followed by another basic and primal instinct: the desire to be single again. — NORA EPHRON