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Hamas takes all
The emphatic victory of Hamas, the extremist group that swears by militancy and the destruction of Israel, in the Palestinian parliamentary elections has shaken up the political landscape of the region. Before the election, it was expected that ...

A persistent malpractice
The detection and the prompt follow-up action by the SEBI of large-scale malpractices in two recent public offers — those of the Yes Bank and IDFC — are laudable. The capital market regulator has identified a set of perpetrators, who ...

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Congress: between hope and despair
By Vidya Subrahmaniam

The Congress and the Government have settled into a dither and delay routine. This is unfortunate given the unmatched potential of the Sonia Gandhi-Manmohan Singh team.

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260 million Indians still below poverty line
By Aarti Dhar

A LARGE proportion — 26 per cent or about 260 million (193 million in rural areas and 67 million in urban areas) — of Indians are still below the poverty line, according to India's first Social Development Report released in New Delhi ...

Palestinians' democratic choice must be respected
By Jonathan Steele

The excuses given for refusing to deal with Hamas will not wash. This is a chance for Europe to have an independent role.

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Coming to terms with nuclear regime change
Reviled by some in India as the "ayatollahs of non-proliferation,"Michael Kreponof the Stimson Center andLeonard Spectorof the Centre for Nonproliferation Studies are leading the charge against the Indo-U.S. nuclear agreement in Washington. In an int erview during a recent visit to Delhi, they spoke about the reasons for their opposition. Excerpts:




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