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Tuesday, February 21, 2006
Rooting bird flu out of India
The stakes cannot be higher. According to a statement made in the Rajya Sabha on Monday by the Union Health Minister, Dr. Anbumani Ramadoss, "the test reports of some samples from affected poultry [in Navapur taluk in the Nandurbar district of ...
Beyond the pale of law and human rights
Every year, the United States State Department publishes a sanctimonious document titled `Country Reports on Human Rights Practices' skewering governments across the world for alleged human rights violations. Countries that do not match up to its ...
Leader Page Articles
The many myths of Jhandewalan
By Vidya Subrahmaniam
In the space of three weeks, the RSS has journeyed from decrying shortsighted alliances through proposing precisely such an alliance between the BJP and the Congress to advocating a broad alliance of disparate elements, Mulayam Singh's party included .
Plight of America's migrant day workers
By Gary Younge
Migrant workers do the jobs that Americans will not do, but they are vulnerable to bigots and big business.
Lessons from beyond the Himalayas
By Pallavi Aiyar
India could learn from the way China handled the outbreak of bird flu.
Indonesia's leader does a balancing act
By P. S. Suryanarayana
Susilo Yudhoyono is trying to be a friend of the United States while staying an authentic leader of the world's largest Muslim-majority state.
OUT OF LONDON
Foes united against a maestro's movie
By Hasan Suroor
Steven Spielberg's film Munich has angered both Israelis and Palestinians
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