The Telegraph
Thursday , January 16 , 2014
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Nasty and nice

The ideological face-off in the run-up to the general elections grows starker by the day. Most democratic countries have a Nice Party that deals in inclusive liberal politics and ameliorative economics, and a Nasty Party that swears by nativist or majoritarian politics and give-to-the-rich economics...   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
Murky episode
Sir — The Khobragade affair began with a bang but ended with a whimper (“Devyani leaves US”, Jan 1 ...  | Read.. 


The ship of Indian economic reforms has never been able to escape from the choppy waters of populism and antiquated ideas. Th...   | Read..


Given the loud whistles, colourful flags and all-round cheer, there is every chance of the anti-government blockade in Thaila...   | Read..
The year of Woe
The Chinese New Year this time comes with more than its share of woes. Normally, it’s the poor migrant worker who has to deal...  | Read.. 
Touching the soul and opening the imagination
The author is director, Modern High School for Girls, Calcutta...  | Read.. 
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