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Light in the darkness

So we are all monarchists now. Well, not quite, but — unusually — I am not in this instance among the Guardian readers and writers sniping and spouting against the splendid if extremely wet events of the diamond jubilee weekend....   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor
Poor joke
Sir— Ashok Mitra has written a gripping article, once again (“What a lovely polity”, June 15). Mitr ...  | Read.. 
 
Dirty picture
Sir— In his article, “Life in a corrupt nation”(June 16), Khushwant Singh makes a few suggestions o ...  | Read.. 
 
High risk
Sir— Calcutta witnessed a devastating fire at Stephen Court not too long ago. But the Calcutta Muni ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

SON RISE

The sweeping victory of the YSR Congress in the by-elections to 18 assembly seats and one Lok Sabha seat in Andhra Pradesh ha...   | Read..
 

COMRADES AT WAR

Communist parties everywhere are divided houses. Two things make them perpetually prone to splits — endless debates over ideo...   | Read..
 
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Time Stands Still
We are the world’s most unusual and curious democracy. The ruling United Progressive Alliance government has named a seasoned...  | Read.. 
OPED
This circus is here to stay
It was not Manvinder Singh Bisla who helped the Kolkata Knight Riders beat the Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League final. Evidently, the honour should go to a vid...  | Read.. 
 
The holiness of the heart’s affections
I wonder sometimes — when I have nothing better to think about — why a particular expression on Aamir Khan’s face irritates me so deeply. I remember QSQT melting my 23-...  | Read.. 
 
Pretty games
A thrilling game is about to begin. The stopwatch-wielding presenter has her finger on the button and a sweetly malicious smile on her lips. The contestant is trying hard to p...  | Read.. 
 
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