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    A rap on the knuckles for the UPA
    The Supreme Court order declaring the dissolution of the Bihar Assembly unconstitutional is a rap on the knuckles for the United Progressive Alliance Government but does not derail the State from the electoral course it has been set on. The ...

    Towards a healthy food chain
    The Food Safety and Standards Bill, 2005, now before a Parliamentary Standing Committee, is the latest in a series of recent initiatives that seek to diversify agriculture and encourage one of its vital complements, the food processing industry. ...

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    Coping with variations in the monsoon
    By Sulochana Gadgil

    Simulation and prediction of the Indian monsoon remains a tough challenge. Yet, we possess a wealth of data that can be used to derive farming strategies tailored to local rainfall variability.

    News Analysis
    The complex battlefields of Iraq
    By Hamid Ansari

    Deadly games are in progress in Iraq. The glue that held the state and its civil society together has been washed away by the Occupation and post-Occupation policies.

    What does the AMU verdict imply?
    By Valson Thampu

    If the minorities have the right only to establish institutions, but not the right to administer them, then these institutions will cease to be institutions of their choice.

    Young blog their way to a publishing revolution
    By Owen Gibson- © Guardian Newspapers Limited 2004

    The changing world of the Internet poses a challenge to old media: a U.K. poll shows a third of 14- to 21-year-olds now have their own online content

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