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No time for partisan calculations
The fidayeen assault on the disputed Ram temple complex in Ayodhya is a reminder that terror strikes when least expected — and it strikes to create panic. Tuesday's terrorist attack came after a suspiciously long hiatus, in itself reason ...

The real challenge for Mr. Karunakaran
While the resignation of nine Congress members from the Kerala Legislative Assembly might have no impact on the longevity of the Oommen Chandy Government, it will be of some satisfaction to the breakaway National Congress (Indira) of former Chief ...

Leader Page Articles
Conscience, the defence against corruption
By A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

Corruption has seeped into every stream. Can we save ourselves as a civilisation?

A befitting reply to the Ayodhya outrage
By Harish Khare

A united, secular, plural, and egalitarian state order is the answer to thejihadis.

News Analysis
A damage-control exercise
By Amit Baruah

Defence Minister Pranab Mukherjee tries to address fears about the implications of the June 28 defence deal with the U.S.

To contain the spread of bird flu virus
By N. Gopal Raj

Widespread incidence of the H5N1 bird flu virus infection among migratory birds at a lake in western China has sparked concern.

Bal Thackeray plays a familiar tune
By Ranjit Hoskote

Narayan Rane's expulsion can affect the Sena's fortunes in the Konkan region and in Mumbai's apex civic body.

The challenge of saving India's tigers
By Aarti Dhar

The average age of a forest guard is 53 years; he is unarmed and lacks basic equipment.

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