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The year 2025

As the aircraft descends, Binoy sees the typical view during the approach to Calcutta — a lush grid of fields stretching under the wings, small ponds, silver dots among the varied green, catching the morning sun. He has heard there’s been a good monsoon, but he knows the rains now don’t make such a ...   | Read..
 
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Pillar to post
Sir — The Indian postal service has gone from bad to worse. A letter posted from Calcutta reached i ...  | Read.. 
 
History lessons
Sir — Santanu Ghosh’s article on the revolt against British rule at Balurghat on September 14, 1942 ...  | Read.. 
 
Blood lust
Sir — After reading the news, “Tigress hacked in zoo” (Sept 26), one can feel only disdain for the ...  | Read.. 
 
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RETREAT FROM PROMISE

Communists do not believe in afterlife or they are not supposed to. Therefore, they must be surprised to see the spectre of A...   | Read..
 
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His sensuality has all drifted into sexual vanity, delight for being the candle to the moths, with a dash of intellectual curiosity to give flavour to his tickled vanity... His incompleteness as a thinker, his shallow and vulgar view of many human relationships — the lack of a sterner kind of humour which would show him the dreariness of his farce and the total absence of proportion... in some of his ideas — all these defects came largely from the flippant and worthless self-complacency brought about by the worship of rather second-rate women.— BEATRICE WEBB