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Showing Slips HINDU is back in circulation, at last. And Tamil Nad, which has for years hung breathlessly on the colourless prose of its editorials, can now relax. During its forced hibernation it has evidently acquired cartoonist Puri whose piece on E M S Nam- hoodiripad recently helped enliven the paper's otherwise sombre page seven, opposite the editorial page. For reasons of its own, Hindu has always fought shy of putting cartoons on the front page, even in the days when, in superior splendour, it used to feature David Low. Now Hindu is content with native genius. That is something to be thankful for, even if it may have to do with the provincialism of foreign cartoonists and the Reserve Bank's unwillingness to be more sparing of foreign exchange.

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