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    Enhancing institutional security
    Winter is the season when countless scientific conferences and meetings are held in cities across India, and many of these attract delegates from abroad. These are occasions to hear about the latest work being done, discuss important issues, and ...

    Towards greater enlightenment
    On the threshold of a new year, India emerges as a curious amalgam of the modern and the regressive. In his book, The Argumentative Indian , Amartya Sen draws from Hindu, Buddhist, Jain, Muslim, agnostic, and atheistic strands of Indian ...

    2006 — Year of Agricultural Renewal
    During this year, an integrated package of measures should be introduced in every part of the country to increase farm productivity and profitability in perpetuity without associated ecological harm.

    News Analysis
    U.S. versus Iran in Iraq
    By Atul Aneja

    Iran's influence over the SCIRI, a key constituent of the Iraqi Government, is setting up a confrontation with the United States.

    Minority rights and responsibilities
    By Iqbal A. Ansari

    Muslims are not enjoying any `privilege' denied to others. However, the concerns raised in Parliament, during the debate on the Constitution (104th) Amendment Bill, on the reservation issue need to be addressed. One way could be to conduct a perform ance audit of minority educational institutions.

    The trend of re-wilding
    By Owen Bowcott— © Guardian Newspapers Limited 2004

    Conservation groups are increasingly buying farmland to return it to vanished wilderness.

    Sri Lanka: towards an enduring solution
    By Special Correspondent

    Environmental implications of the Sethusamudram project have to be studied and action taken.

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