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The UPA-Left honeymoon is over
The decision of the Left parties to suspend participation in the committee for coordination with the United Progressive Alliance should cause no surprise to those who have closely followed the issues of discord centring on economic policy. The ...

Strengthening the rights of the disabled
Various disabilities stand in the way of millions of Indians leading a productive and personally satisfying life. They legitimately expect governments and the citizen sector to create a more inclusive physical and social environment. The national ...

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Agrarian crisis: insights of the farmers
By M.S. Swaminathan

Among the serious problems confronting them, farmers see access to water, credit, technology, and market as the most important.

News Analysis
Russia ambivalent on U.N. reform
By Vladimir Radyuhin

EVEN AS Russia supports India's bid for a Security Council seat, Moscow's position on United Nations reform is ambivalent. Moscow has consistently backed India in its quest for permanent membership of the U.N. Security Council. It again ...

`Great potential for India-Singapore trade'
Singapore's Prime MinisterLee Hsien Loongsees the prospective Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement between India and Singapore as "a very big psychological step" for New Delhi. In a wide-ranging interview toP.S. Suryanarayana, he also spoke on the rise of India and China.

Sectarian violence is shattering Iraq's hopes
By Peter Beaumont

WHEN THEY killed Abdul Sattar Saffar al-Khazraji, he was waiting for the minibus that would take him to his work as a laboratory supervisor at Nahrain University. As the 30-year-old stood with other workers commuting from the Harriya district of ...

Curbing domestic violence: inching forward
By Poornima Advani

The need for spreading awareness about the draft Bill against Domestic Violence cannot be overemphasised.

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