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A welcome result
As expected, the Kadima party led by Israel's interim Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has emerged as the single largest formation in the Knesset after the parliamentary elections held on March 28. Surveys of public opinion taken soon after the party ...

Cross country obstacles
A rapid growth in cross-country investments and global trade in goods and services has been a defining feature of the globalisation era. As countries enter into treaties with one another, multilateral institutions such as the World Trade ...

Leader Page Articles
Diversification and energy security
By Sudha Mahalingam

India's energy security is ineluctably interlinked with the fortunes of its neighbourhood. The country's foreign policy cannot ignore this reality.

News Analysis
Blossoming mutinies in Kashmir
By Praveen Swami

India-Pakistandétenteis transfiguring the structure of power within Jammu and Kashmir, sparking off an energetic struggle amongst political groups.

The countdown in Kathmandu has begun
By Siddharth Varadarajan

India's Nepal dilemma must be resolved soon, in favour of popular sovereignty.

Corrections and Clarifications
Is the leader of Israel's Likud party Binyamin Netanyahu, as The Guardian report said (International, "Sharon's legacy on test", March 28, 2006), or is he Benjamin, asks a reader. The Embassy of Israel clarifies that the name Benjamin ...

Endorsing return of stolen inheritance
By Jonathan Freedland

ISRAELIS CONVINCED themselves that this was to be the dull election, the one marked by record low turnout and apathy. A people who complain they live in a land with too much history seemed in no mood to make some more. But make it they have. On ...

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