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Editorials
Reviving the case against Ms. Mayawati
The Central Vigilance Commission's report to the Supreme Court has exposed the Central Bureau of Investigation's politically-fixed attempt to give a quiet burial to the Taj Heritage Corridor scam case. In recommending the prosecution of Bahujan ...

Riddled with contradictions
While the committee mandated to draw up Iraq's constitution submitted its draft minutes before the expiry of the August 22 deadline, the interim parliament decided to wait for another three days before voting on the measure. The political parties ...

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India and Iran: a time for reflection
By Atul Aneja

With vital energy, trade, manufacturing, and security interests involved, Iran and India have an overwhelming stake in resisting U.S. pressure that seeks to inhibit their relationship.

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The Congress' dilemma in Bihar
By K.V. Prasad

The Lalu-Paswan standoff has left the Congress still searching for a viable election strategy for Bihar.

Challenge of Israeli unilateralism
By Ahmad Samih Khalidi— © Guardian Newspapers Limited 2004

Parallel unilateralism can build self-rule without concessions.

Intense contests bring back the crowds
By Mike Marqusee— © Guardian Newspapers Limited 2004

In an era of instant gratification, a 25-day Test series is still one of the supreme forms of spectator sport.

The Jack Bauer syndrome
By Jonathan Freedland— © Guardian Newspapers Limited 2004

THINK OF it as the dilemma of 24. In the TV thriller, hero Jack Bauer has 24 hours to avert a catastrophe — say, to prevent terrorists detonating a nuclear bomb over Los Angeles. Over the course of 24 hour-long episodes we urge Bauer, from ...

Most attention for the eldest
By Joanna Moorhead— © Guardian Newspapers Limited 2004

I HAVE four children, and on my bookshelves sit the 12 photograph albums that chronicle our family life. What that should mean is an average of three albums' worth of pictures per child, but the reality is rather different. In fact, eight of ...

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