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Friday , November 30 , 2012
 
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Growth and contentment

The road to China’s success lies through the tiny house of a man named Liao Dan. I met him in July this year, after he briefly became one of the most famous people in the country...   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor
Come clean
Sir — The Bharatiya Janata Party, instead of coming clean on the issue of alleged money laundering ...  | Read.. 
 
Tables turned
Sir — After India defeated England in the first Test match, the former was expected to dominate the ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

OFF THE BOOK

When a job is simple and right, West Bengal shows the least eagerness to do it. But Maharashtra has done it — in just over a ...   | Read..
 

UNSAFE AT WORK

Every human tragedy in Bangladesh is grist to the political mill. It is not surprising, therefore, that the deaths of over 10...   | Read..
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Sheer waste of time
Keeping the electronic voting machines — used for the assembly elections in Himachal Pradesh on November 4 ...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
There is a loose balance of good and evil... the art of living consists in getting the greatest good out of the greatest evil. — MACHADO DE ASSIS
 
BOOKS
Princely robes
The opulence of Awadhi nawabs is preserved as much in the lyrical excesses ...  | Read.. 
 
Grand stories told simply
Daughter Of Empire: Life as a Mountbatten By Pamela Hicks, Weidenfeld &...  | Read.. 
 
History as it was being made
Britons of a particular class and background are enthusiastic writers of di...  | Read.. 
 
Paperback Picking
Old wine and new women