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Lal Krishna Advani's third reprieve
Round III of Lal Krishna Advani's battle with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh ended with the Bharatiya Janata Party chief apparently in a position to say, after Mark Twain, "the reports of my [political] death are greatly exaggerated." It is ...

A balancing act in Sri Lanka
The interim restraint ordered by the Supreme Court of Sri Lanka on key clauses of the Memorandum of Understanding to set up the Post-Tsunami Operational Management Structure (P-TOMS) reflects a democratic and pluralistic state's quest for a ...

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Lessons for Muslims from London bombings
By Hasan Suroor

It is important that Muslims, who do not know Arabic, read theKoranin their own language so that they understand it and are able to challenge when confronted with a selective and self-serving reading.

What exactly is outplacement?
By Ruth Ling

HUMAN RESOURCES people must be particularly positive thinkers if their lexicon is anything to go by. When they mean mass redundancies, they talk about downsizing. And when you have been fingered for compulsory downsizing, they offer you ...

France grapples with globalisation
By Sushma Ramchandran

The French are struggling with threats to their traditional way of life.

News Analysis
Nuclear dialogue a test of the new strategic partnership
By N. Ravi

How far will the U.S. administration be willing to go to meet India's needs?

A repeat of the post-9/11 rhetoric
By B. Muralidhar Reddy

The Pakistani establishment's response post-7/7 is similar to what it did after 9/11: all the right noises but little else.

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