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A liberating change at the helm
Union Agriculture Minister and Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) president Sharad Pawar's emphatic victory in the Board for Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) election has ushered in a liberating change. His nine-vote margin of victory over ...

The responsibilities of a free press
The press in the United Kingdom has been warned that it will face legal action under the Official Secrets Act if it publishes a document that apparently shows how the United States administration was considering an even more savage assault on the ...

Leader Page Articles
Positioning cultural industries with creative intervention
By Rajeev Sethi

A dynamic tradition never stops or slackens. The creative moves, nourishes, transforms, shapes, and furthers. Iqbal celebrates when he writes: "there is something that prevents our very being from being wiped out."

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Heading for a stalemate?
By V.S. Sambandan

Behind the LTTE's seemingly conciliatory gesture its stand is unchanged: nothing short of what it has already placed on the table.

Coal back on the agenda
By David Adam

As the reserves of other fossil fuels start to run out, it seems inevitable that the world will turn back to coal for its energy needs

If you can't shoot the messenger, lock him up
By Siddharth Varadarajan

President Bush's alleged threat to bombAl Jazeerashouldn't surprise us. Ever since the NATO attack on Yugoslavia, the U.S. has looked at the media it can't control as the "enemy."

Cash, not land, on offer for the displaced
By Meena Menon

Despite Supreme Court orders to the contrary, Madhya Pradesh is offering cash and not land to those displaced by the Narmada project.

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