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Tuesday, January 24, 2006
Mixed vibes from Hyderabad
There has long been a born-to-rule air about the Congress, India's first party by virtue of its rich past and its early dominance of post-Independence power politics. Such was its hauteur that for decades the party refused to acknowledge the ...
Nepal King shows true colours
By arresting prominent politicians from democratic parties and bringing in other restrictions on political activity through a sudden countrywide emergency, King Gyanendra of Nepal has acted true to type. Only the naïve could have believed his ...
Leader Page Articles
India, China and the Asian axis of oil
By Siddharth Varadarajan
The new Sino-Indian partnership could serve as the foundation for an Asian Energy Union and much more.
Brazil's roofless reclaim the cities
By Tom Phillips
Support grows for the urban coalition that takes over disused buildings for the homeless and poor.
Letters to the Editor
"The bird on the book does mean something"
Penguin's chief executive on the future of the book publishing industry and his company's plans for India and elsewhere.
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