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    New targets of terror
    Terrorists aim to hit a nation where it hurts the most. In India's case, its high-tech institutions and skilled manpower could be the new targets. The attack on the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, in which one scientist, a retired ...

    Wise King Jigme Wangchuk
    It rarely happens that the ruler of a country decides to give up office when no constituency of importance demands this. But King Jigme Singye Wangchuk of Bhutan has repeatedly shown he is no ordinary ruler. His concern for ecology and the ...

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    A tangled web called the Bharatiya Janata Party
    By Vidya Subrahmaniam

    The BJP's Rajat Jayanti year finds the party bruised and bereft, and the Parivar at war with its own professed values.

    News Analysis
    Chance to lobby Putin
    By David Clark— © Guardian Newspapers Limited 2004

    INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMACY'S game of musical chairs plays again at midnight on Saturday when Britain's G8 presidency comes to an end and leadership of the world's most exclusive political club passes for the first time to Russia. It raises the ...

    Concern in Russia over Chinese toxic spill
    By Vladimir Radyuhin

    THE IMPACT from a Chinese chemical plant accident on neighbouring Russian territories has proved less serious than expected, but Russian officials and environmentalists are sounding alarm over what they say is a looming ecological ...

    Air traffic management foggy
    By A. Ranganathan

    The outdated procedures in vogue at Indian airports to tackle regular occurrences such as a fog have to be replaced with modern practices.

    Of holocausts, past and future
    By Hamid Ansari

    Despite its horrors, the Holocaust was not a singularity and was preceded by others of lesser or greater dimensions.

    How the Web will link us all
    By Aleks Krotoski — © Guardian Newspapers Limited 2004

    The Internet's latest revolution creates new connections and brings people together.

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