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Editorials
Repeat of a fiasco
The Y.S. Rajashekhara Reddy Government could have done without a second setback on the sensitive issue of providing reservation to Muslims in government jobs and educational institutions. Earlier this week, a five-member Bench of the Andhra ...

Terrorists, not freedom-fighters
A terrorist group that operated mainly in Iraq until recently has claimed responsibility for the November 9 suicide bomb attacks in Amman. Fifty seven people were killed and more than 100 wounded in closely coordinated strikes on three hotels in ...

Leader Page Articles
Definitely no fluke: KRN at the high table
By Gopalkrishna Gandhi

"Never underestimate a person," he said often. "You never know where his talent lies. And never overestimate a person because of his appearance." Behind this was KRN's experience of adversity.

News Analysis
A coloured revolution fails in Azerbaijan
By Vladimir Radyuhin

Pre-emptive strikes by President Aliyev and lukewarm support from the West foil opposition attempts to launch massive protests.

We must not forget Fallujah
By Mike Marqusee

The destruction of Fallujah was an act of barbarism that ranks alongside My Lai, Jallianwallah Bagh, Guernica, and Halabja.

Bosnia: dependent, stifled
By Jonathan Steele

The 10th anniversary of the signing of the Dayton agreement is Europe's chance to reinivgorate a recovery in the Balkans.

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"Involve nuclear experts in policy decisions"
M.R. Srinivasan, former Chairman and now member of the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC), takes exception to U.S. official Nicholas Burns making it a "pre-condition" that India should first separate its civilian and military nuclear facilities before th e American Congress is asked to relax its rules. In an interview on November 9, Dr. Srinivasan says Foreign Secretary Shyam Saran "has confused the picture." Excerpts:




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