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Editorials
Fallout of a nagging problem
The resignation of five out of the six Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) Ministers from the Andhra Pradesh Cabinet marks the first concrete manifestation of the differences with the coalition partner, the Congress, in the State. Of course, the exit ...

A compromise offers small comfort
The travails of the Iraqi government are far from over even though it has finally succeeded in persuading the country's Sunnis to participate in the drafting of a new constitution. The tribal and religious leaders who made the deal with the ...

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The Constitution after the Jharkhand Order
By Pran Chopra

If amendments are needed in ways not available in the Constitution, public support should be sought for them so that they are incorporated democratically.

News Analysis
Iraq: the problem is the occupation
By Sami Ramadani

It is not withdrawal that threatens Iraq with civil war, but occupation.

Debate sought on reining in fiscal deficit
By W. Chandrakanth

Andhra Pradesh wants a rethink on the Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Act to raise investment in the social sector.

Africa's new best friends
By George Monbiot

The U.S. and Britain are putting the corporations that created poverty in charge of its relief.

Old crisis, new demands
By Marcus Dam

THE WEST Bengal Government has attempted to buy peace in the Darjeeling hills by conceding, at various stages over the past seven months, the demands of Subash Ghisingh for greater powers to the Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council [DGHC] of which he ...

A student march, judicial writ and police violence
By V.R. Krishna Iyer

The Constitution makes it a fundamental duty to practice humanism and compassion, which binds judges, Ministers and police alike.

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