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Tuesday, July 26, 2005
State terrorism by another name
London or Kashmir, there is something uncivilised about a policing system that, in the name of nation, queen, democracy or whatever, permits its personnel to kill suspects a system that shoots first, checks later, and gets away with it ...
Spare the whales forever
A large group of countries led by Japan has again failed in its campaign to pressure the International Whaling Commission (IWC) into lifting the 19-year-old ban on hunting whales for commerce. However, the victory for the anti-whaling countries ...
Leader Page Articles
The two faces of terror: 7/7 and 22/7
By Hasan Suroor
It is important that the police retain their ability to draw the line between fighting terror and wreaking terror.
Why the Congress wants Rane
By Kalpana Sharma
The Congress' decision to woo Narayan Rane has been taken to gain in the Konkan as also to check the NCP's advance in the region.
Audit the political class as well
By Harish Khare
It is time to try and solve the mystery of how almost all our leaders end up being very rich men and women.
Bombers look like everybody else
By Gary Younge
If the security services are going to have any chance of infiltrating the bombers they must first humanise those involved.
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