>>It is Jaipur Literature Festival, not Jaipur Literary Festival, as mentioned in the Editorial, “From footnote to F.I.R.” (Jan. 30, 2013).
>>The penultimate paragraph of the Op-Ed page article, “How Savarkar escaped the gallows” (Jan. 30, 2013), had misspelt twice the name of Jamshid Naganvalla , then Deputy Commissioner of Police, in charge of the Bombay CID Special Branch, as Nagarvala .
>>Justice Leila Seth was referred to as a former Supreme Court judge in the Editorial page article, “Insightful and path-breaking” (Jan. 28, 2013). Actually, she was the Chief Justice of the Himachal Pradesh High Court.
>>“Province ‘BJP’ in the making in Pakistan?” (Jan. 28, 2013) termed Punjab as the largest and most populous province. A reader has correctly pointed out that while Punjab is the most populous state in Pakistan, Balochistan is the largest in terms of size.
>>A sentence in the report, “In Afghanistan, Dalrymple sees history playing out all again” (Jan. 28, 2013), read: “Later, Henry Rawlinson, a British army officer who was the political agent of Kandahar in 1940 , found Russian Cossacks … on Afghanistan.” It should have been 1840 .
>>“Smith’s century steers SA to win” (Jan. 27, 2013, Sport) quoted New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum as saying that the 2-0 series win had been a big boost for his players. Actually, New Zealand won the series 2-1 .