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Safe but under pressure
A persistent feature of the just-concluded round of Assembly elections was speculation about the likely impact of their outcomes on the Congress-led Central Government. How would they affect existing equations — on one side, between the ...

One pays the penalty
The federal judiciary of the United States has finally succeeded in punishing one person for his role in the murder of thousands in the horrific terror attacks of September 11, 2001. Zacarias Moussaoui shouted in triumph when the trial court ...

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Righteousness, religion, and right-wing politics
By Praveen Swami

The protests seen in Srinagar after the uncovering of a prostitution ring illustrate complex cultural anxieties — not just anger over a single crime.

News Analysis
Do State Governments have money to throw?
By K. Venugopal

State finances are in much better shape than they have been. Simply put, their revenues are growing much faster than their expenditure. In such a congenial situation, governments must prioritise basic needs.

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A continuing struggle
"It is good that you are acknowledging the errors/mistakes. Is the organisation taking any corrective action to understand the causes of occurrence of such defects and prevent them from being repeated? It seems to me the organisation believes ...

Fighting to stay in tune with the times
By Pallavi Aiyar

Shaolin today is a hotchpotch of the religious and commercial. But then paradox is the essence of Zen Buddhism.

IMF acts to avoid markets meltdown
By Heather Stewart

The weakening of the dollar seems to be the start of a long-awaited global readjustment.

How to foil the identity thieves
By Lisa Bachelor

Buying a shredder isn't enough in the battle against laptop criminals.

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