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Monday, July 18, 2005
Terrorists in the British heartland
The police and intelligence services of the United Kingdom have done a remarkable job in detecting the four terrorists who carried out the July 7 suicide bomb attacks in the London underground and on a bus. While the perpetrators of the carnage ...
The Minister must go in Andhra Pradesh
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy has done the right thing in deciding to ask the Central Bureau of Investigation to go into the scandalous transactions with "M/s Vashista Wahan," an obscure Indian entity that claimed to act ...
Leader Page Articles
Initiatives to power the knowledge economy
By Kiran Karnik
India cannot achieve its real potential unless we have large numbers of people at the highest level of research in the universities.
Nuclear cooperation with U.S.: experts urge caution
By Siddharth Varadarajan
WHEN PRIME Minister Manmohan Singh meets U.S. President George Bush in Washington on July 18, his attempt to push cooperation in the civilian nuclear field will face one big hurdle: Washington's desire to tighten the already restrictive global ...
People and pets: having to let go
By Justine Hankins
"A DOG is for life," runs the famous slogan, so a pause for thought is needed before taking on the responsibility of a pet. But, even if you did all the right things at the outset family consultations, background reading, vaccinations, ...
British society grapples with aftermath
By Vidya Ram
People in London and other cities across the U.K. go to work knowing there is a strong possibility of the attacks continuing.
By John Naughton
Should a lay person photograph the scene of a disaster and relay it to the media?
Dissecting a Prime Minister's speech
By Inder Malhotra
The nice things Manmohan Singh said about British rule appear excessive only because he refrained from being equally candid about the evil it did.
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