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Euphoria tempered by caution
The rise of the premier stock exchange indices has been spectacular recently. The 30-share Sensex crossed the psychologically important mark of 8000 on Thursday. The Nifty, a broader index of the NSE too closed at a historic high of 2454.35, and ...

A significant advance
The passage by Parliament of the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Bill — in response to demands from the National Commission for Women and citizens' bodies — to provide for a civil remedy against atrocities has not come a ...

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India-U.S. deal and the nuclear ceiling
By R. Rajaraman

India will suffer no loss of security if it were to abandon all further production of fissile materials for military purposes and declare all its power reactors open to safeguarding.

News Analysis
U.S. and the Middle East
By Simon Tisdall

Despite claims that it is spreading democracy in the Arab world the general feeling is that the U.S. doesn't want to push the ballot box too much for fear of an unwelcome result.

Living with a soaring Sensex
By C.R.L. Narasimhan

The question whether the stock market is a reliable barometer of the nation's economic health remains.

China gets proactive diplomatically
By P.S. Suryanarayana

Peace, development, and cooperation on a global scale are the focus of China's policy.

A revealing tale of haves and have-nots
By Polly Toynbee

Hurricane Katrina has exposed the scale of inequality in American society.

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