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Monday, February 06, 2006
An unnecessary escalation
The International Atomic Energy Agency's decision to report Iran to the U.N. Security Council has opened a new and dangerous chapter in the crisis sparked by Western insistence that Teheran abandon its legitimate rights to the civilian nuclear ...
Towards smoother modernisation
After the four-day strike by the forum of employees of the Airports Authority of India (AAI), most of the airports had been reduced to garbage dumps. That a majority of the flights were operated from the second day of the strike was some comfort ...
Leader Page Articles
Muslims and media frenzy over cartoons
By Hasan Suroor
The issue is not whether Muslims are right or wrong to be upset but whether or not they have the right to peaceful protest when they feel, rightly or wrongly, that their religious feelings have been hurt.
Lessons from Pasig City
By Amit Baruah
The people do not need doles; they need their government to deliver on basic needs.
Trouble for the Centre on the wheat front
By Gargi Parsai
Wheat stocks in FCI godowns have touched perilously low levels.
Towards empowerment of women
By Mahesh Vijapurkar
MAHARASHTRA HAS decided to hand over ration shops to all-women Self-Help Groups (SHGs) in a bid to end the massive diversion of foodgrains and kerosene. Will this be a step towards empowering women as claimed in the State Cabinet meeting on ...
Rising water threatens great temples
By Robin McKie
Letters to the Editor
"Ours is a fight against terrorism"
Mahendra Karma, the key figure behind the anti-Maoist civilian initiative, says the Maoists are now on the `defensive.' Excerpts from a recent interview in Hyderabad:
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