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BJP's difficult yatra
The crisis in the Congress is hardly hidden from public view — a succession of scams, a bitter controversy that led the party chief to resign from important posts, and a none-too-happy prognosis for the Assembly elections. If the premier ...

Best buys for health
In developing countries, more than 13 million children die each year before their fifth birthday. At least 70 per cent of these deaths can be avoided by simple, low-cost interventions that would have a positive impact on maternal and infant ...

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Where rags to riches stories are no longer rare
By Pallavi Aiyar

The Chinese city of Wenzhou owes its success to the development of a cluster model whereby hundreds of small enterprises work together producing complementary goods based on efficient division of labour, saysThe Hindu's Beijing Correspondent.

News Analysis
Destruction of Amazon forest linked to fast food
By John Vidal

Export chain ends in big fast food outlets in Europe as farmers illegally seize virgin land in the Amazon forest for soya crops.

The evolution of the model code
By V. Jayanth

With its origins in 1951, the code emerged out of a political consensus. So long as it remained on paper, there was hardly any protest. The situation changed when the focus shifted to enforcement.

The problem that refuses to go away
By S. Nagesh Kumar

The issue of a separate Telangana is once again dominating the political discourse in Andhra Pradesh? Will a solution ever come?

Corrections and clarifications
In "U.S. Congress was not consulted on nuclear deal" (International, April 5, 2006), a reader said the last paragraph of the UNI report was confusing. (It was on a Washington Post report on the India-U.S. civilian nuclear deal that came ...

TV giants `stifle creativity but Internet will free it'
By Dan Milmo

"There is going to be potential for new programming, and new creative ideas."

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