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The leisurely procession

England has only one monarch at a time, so younger sons and daughters cannot hope to have much to do. They cannot serve anyone; so they are precluded from doing a job. All they can aspire to is a comfortable life as a nonentity. Born in 1865, George Frederick Ernest Albert missed being the eldest so...   | Read..
 
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Money matters
Sir —The news of the wealth amassed by the Chinese premier, Wen Jiabao, has not come as a surprise ...  | Read.. 
 
Cut short
Sir — The untimely death of India’s first turbaned comedian, Jaspal Bhatti, came as a shocker for a ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir — The ignominious remarks of Bratya Basu, the state education minister, have deeply hurt the se ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

PORT IN STORM

West Bengal has never had it so bad. The latest episode in the ongoing saga regarding Haldia port in which three officers of ...   | Read..
 

TRUST GAP

It is never a good strategy, either for individuals or for countries, to meddle in neighbours’ business. New Delhi’s policy o...   | Read..
 
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Change is in the air
Finally, we have a carefully calibrated council of ministers. It seems clear that a strong influence of the Congress party an...  | Read.. 
OPED
How the tiger got mauled by the dragon
Fifty years ago, on October 20, 1962, the Chinese army routed its Indian counterpart in the valley of a small Himalayan rivulet called Namka Chu in the Kameng sector of what w...  | Read.. 
 
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