When I Was Humbled

It happened in 1944. I was traveling from Sukkur to Karachi by rail. In those days, reservation in first class on slow passenger trains was not necessary as plenty of accommodation was always available, and getting a sleeping berth was no problem, either. On arrival...

Letters

* DIVISIVE TONE I was greatly disturbed by Arvind Kumar’s editorial (“Give Peace a Chance,” IC, August 2004), finding its tone divisive and its logic non-existent. Kumar writes, “You can say no to fear. You can choose peace,” after lambasting Israel’s current actions...