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LTTE pushes the envelope
The two claymore mine blasts and other attacks by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam in the first six days of December, which have taken the lives of 15 Sri Lankan soldiers, constitute the most serious violations thus far of the February 2002 ...

Improving life in urban India
Cities are supposed to be a leading engine of India's economic growth. But their chronic problems, including their crumbling infrastructure, deficient governance, and, most importantly, the appalling health and social indicators of the poor, have ...

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Inside the Lashkar-e-Taiba's network
By Praveen Swami

Top Lashkar-e-Taiba operative Shabbir Bukhari's story offers unprecedented insight into the organisation's working — and raises disturbing questions about the threat it holds out to the India-Pakistandétenteprocess.

News Analysis
Rain spreads cheer in Andhra Pradesh
By M. Malleswara Rao

The agriculture sector has received a boost and power generation has improved.

Can there really be peace with Ariel Sharon?
By Gerald Kaufman

The Gaza withdrawal has been a veil for continued persecution and ethnic cleansing of Palestinians.

Victims treated like criminals
By Natasha Walter

IT IS easy to feel hopeless when you consider the extent of sexual violence against women in Britain. A survey published on Tuesday shows that one in four women in the U.K. believes that her drinks have been spiked on nights out, and only one in ...

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