Stan Persky has an interesting take on the question of Jewish identity
Pauline Holdstock has a very complicated story to tell
Merrily Weisbord writes about beloved fathers growing old
Our Indian Correspondent examines the religious riots taking place in India (From the Asian Age, March 10, 2002
Brian Fawcett doesn’t like the Globe & Mail’s handling of some recent obituaries..
Patwant Singh asks some timely questions about what the "war on terrorism" is doing to the global conditions of democracy…
…The third installment of Thong Lor Tales, an occasional series drawn from a work in progress.
The third in a developing series
Our Indian correspondent politely suggests that India’s leadership might have something to learn from Nelson Mandela…
Indian architect and historian Patwant Singh writes that India’s looming war with Pakistan isn’t in anyone’s best interest, least of all the "ordinary people" in whose name it is likely to be declared.