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A hard bargain
Negotiations may have gone down to the wire but in the end, New Delhi and Washington did manage to reach agreement on the crucial second stage of their ambitious agreement on nuclear cooperation: the plan by which India is to effect a separation ...

Joining the Madrid system
The annual data on international applications for trademarks registration, released by the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO), show the kind of importance China has acquired in the global market. At the same time, they have lessons ...

Leader Page Articles
Three priorities for St. Petersburg summit of G8
By Vladimir V. Putin

Global energy security, combating infectious diseases, including bird flu, and education are the three priorities Russia has proposed for the G8.

News Analysis
Bush, India, and two degrees of separation
By Siddharth Varadarajan

Thanks to public debate and hard bargaining, our scientists have had many of their technical concerns addressed. But India must resist U.S. pressure to link the nuclear deal to any wider strategic realignment.

India, U.S. reaffirm commitment to expand ties
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and President George W. Bush express satisfaction with progress in advancing strategic partnership.

New global rights forum taking shape
By Louise Arbour

The commitment of the international community will be as important to making the proposed U.N. Human Rights Council work as any changes in structure or working methods.

Search market: far to go
By Victor Keegan

The task for the next decade is to ensure the benefits of search are spread to poorer people around the world.

CORRECTIONS AND CLARIFICATIONS
National Science Day is observed on February 28 every year. It was on this day in 1928 that C.V. Raman announced his landmark discovery. We got the year wrong and had it as 1930, the year in which Raman received the Nobel prize ("Science inspires ...

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