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Wednesday , September 26 , 2012
 
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“Of the 92 elections that we have monitored, I would say the election process in Venezuela is the best in the world.” If someone other than a former president of the United States of America had said this it would have been dismissed as propaganda at best, a crazy rant at worst. ...   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor
Blighted growth
Sir — S.L. Rao’s article, “Shopping in the villages” (Sept 17), made for an interesting read. Rao w ...  | Read.. 
 
True patriot
Sir — The tribute to Verghese Kurien by Ashok Mitra (“Nehruvian till the end”, Sept 21) spoke about ...  | Read.. 
 
New tactic
Sir — Many drug manufacturers have lately resorted to a new strategy to ensure better sales of medi ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

ROAD AHEAD

Political alliances are not always marriages of convenience. For the Congress in West Bengal, its tie-up with the Trinamul Co...   | Read..
 

LOSING CONTROL

The Centre may hold, but the ground is gradually slipping away in Jammu and Kashmir. The mass resignation of about 50 panc...   | Read..
 
WORDCAGE
 
Think before you mix
I met a wondrous mixed metaphor in an article on Chinese politics the other day: has the horse-trading that always precede...  | Read.. 
LAW
Tough act to follow
It was a bolt from the blue. When Namit Sharma approached the Supreme Court earlier this year with a public interest litigation (PIL) on the appointment of information commiss...  | Read.. 
 
Legal FAQs
Q: A critically ill woman was allotted a flat in our co-operative housing society. On humanitarian grounds, she and her husband were allowed to occupy the flat even before ...  | Read.. 
 
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You deal with mythological stuff for a few years, you learn that paradises are usually places where you get killed. — RICK RIORDAN