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Wednesday , March 25 , 2015
 
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Opinion

Wading too far out

With the nation's attention focused on the controversial land acquisition bill, it is hardly being noticed that all round, the ground is being cut, in diplomatic terms, from under the feet of the prime minister, Narendra Modi. His macho foreign po......   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor

Plot thickens

Sir - It is a matter of concern that D.K. Ravi, the young and honest Indian... | Read»

Parting shot

Sir - It is unfortunate that the Supreme Court had to remind the Centre of ... | Read»

 
EDITORIAL

Ruler of a city

History is full of instances of double-edged, and therefore ambiguous, legacies. The legacy of Lee Kuan Yew, the first prime minister of Singapore who died on Monday, is an......   | Read..
 
 

One more round

What exactly happens at the boundary talks between India and China is always something of a riddle. After 17 rounds of such talks since 2003, when they began, not much has ......   | Read..
 
 
WORDCAGE

When the sky is pink

To travel hopefully is better than to arrive. So goes the saying, and that's the traditional way of using hopefully. But there's a second way. And, hopefully-which is an ex......   | Read..
LAW
Tweedledee and tweedledum
Does a lawyer’s personal opinion, no matter how objectionable, amount to professional misconduct? Avijit Chatterjee finds out if disciplinary proceedings against the two lawyers who made grossly sexist comments in the BBC documentary on the Nirbhaya rape are justified
British filmmaker Leslee Udwin's controversial documentary India's Daughter on the Delhi gang rape victim not only enraged a lot of people because they felt it gave a "platform" to the ra......   | Read..
 
Legal FAQs
Advocate Nibedita Roye answers your queries
Q: I invested in a Reliance Fixed Saving Plan. When I got the policy bond, there was no mention of the bonus or medical insurance that the broker had assured. Also, the maturity value was less than......   | Read..
 
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