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Twist in the tale

It is an undeniable fact that in the hierarchy of what passes off as “national” news, northeastern India occupies the lowest rung. While periodic lip-service is paid to the need to rectify matters and bring this much-neglected part of India into the “mainstream” discourse, the bewildering complexity...   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor
Back to the basics
Sir — Our education system is flawed. Students do not have a sound knowledge of English (“Engineers ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

LIGHTS OUT

The phrase, “heart of darkness’’, thanks to Joseph Conrad’s novel, has come to acquire some metaphorical connotations. But a ...   | Read..
 

COME CLEAN

Enemies within are sometimes the worst problem for a political party. All parties in India face factional schisms, but commun...   | Read..
 
Bona Fide
 
A mind without Fear
One of the nicer diversions from the dismal state of affairs in this capital and therefore, nation, was that I was privileged...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
You can tell more about a person by what he says about others than you can by what others say about him. — AUDREY HEPBURN
 
BOOKS
Maid in India
Anne de Courcy’s latest book, The Fishing Fleet: Husband-Hunting in the Raj...  | Read.. 
 
Workings of the terror machine
The title itself of Ahmed Rashid’s book is indicative of the substance contained in the 234 pages....  | Read.. 
 
Success is equal to money
Yet, once they are bitten by the bug, money begins to matter. It is partly ...  | Read.. 
 
Brave new space
Oliver Balch is a UK-based freelance journalist specializing in business and world affairs. He returned to India after many years...  | Read.. 
 
Paperback Picking
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