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Saturday, December 10, 2005
BJP should turn mirror inward
Fresh from a morale-boosting victory in Bihar, the Bharatiya Janata Party has returned to its favourite legislative pastime disrupting House proceedings, staging noisy walkouts, and forcing adjournments. The flavour of this winter season ...
Is Blair Mark II up to it?
If imitation is indeed the best form of flattery, British Prime Minister Tony Blair has reason to feel immensely flattered by the Conservative party's choice of David Cameron as its new leader. What can be more flattering than seeing your main ...
Leader Page Articles
Towards an American exit strategy in Iraq
By Atul Aneja
The recent reconciliation conference in Cairo at which all the leading players in Iraq were present could be the start of U.S. moves to cut its losses.
An ambitious grouping taking shape
By V. Jayanth
India could still be regarded as an "outsider" at the East Asia Summit. It will be better to let its growing economic clout do the "talking."
New forests could make climate change worse
By Tim Radford
Scientists warn that expanding forests in temperate zones could add to global warming.
Egypt's new dilemma
By Simon Tisdall
Letters to the Editor
Gates in India: making a difference
In an exclusive interview,BillandMelinda Gatesshare their thoughts on their commitments to furthering health equity in India withJaya Shreedhar. Excerpts:
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