October 19, 2005

Asia Times Letters

Ramtanu Mitra's otherwise comprehensive article [India bids to rule the waves, Oct 19] has one point where it needs to be updated: India has recently indicated that it is going to re-route the proposed gas pipeline through its northeast rather than go through Bangladesh. Presumably this is due to Delhi's dissatisfaction with Dhaka's security arrangements, and its frustration [at] the latter's delaying tactics over the deal. This potentially significant development has been ignored by the author. Frank [letter, Oct 18]: if not learning English means preserving your "pride and dignity", shall we conclude that China is hell-bent on giving up its store of these, as its leaders go all out to increase English proficiency in the country?

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