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    Editorials
    At last, Air India goes for the Boeing
    It has taken a decade for Air India (AI) to firm up its plans for modernising its fleet. After successive regimes at the Centre dragged their feet on the issue, the decks have now been cleared for the Government to set its seal of approval on the ...

    A necessary reaffirmation of ties
    The objectives set for the New Asian-African Strategic Partnership might appear too ambitious. There will also be questions about the need for yet another mechanism for interaction among developing countries. However, these doubts should not ...

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    How far can India travel with the U.S.?
    By S. Nihal Singh

    Non-alignment gave India room for manoeuvre at a time when the country was weak militarily and economically. India would lose its soul were it now to become a vassal of America.

    News Analysis
    Water: how the deal was done
    By P. Sainath

    Questions are now being asked about how the Maharashtra Water Resources Regulatory Authority Bill was passed.

    False claims, lying politicians
    By Hywel Williams

    In power politics, it is the big lie that matters — the deceit that is so implausible no one thinks you could have had the cheek to invent it.

    Ozone layer most fragile on record
    By Paul Brown

    Research by Cambridge University has dashed hopes that the ozone layer is on the mend.

    Japan, China and a "troubled past"
    By P.S. Suryanarayana

    The new row between Tokyo and Beijing over the past is a pointer to their future tussle for primacy in reshaping the global order.

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