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Celebrate the Kipunji monkey
The discovery of a new primate in the high altitude forests of Tanzania is yet another compelling piece of evidence that science has a lot more to explore in the natural world. Rungwecebus kipunji — a furry, tree-dwelling, ...

Signals on the Naga front
Considering that no breakthrough was on the cards anyway, the May 19-20 round of talks in Amsterdam between the Government of India and the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (Isak-Muivah) has not been a total disappointment. Both sides have ...

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Through the looking glass in J&K
By Praveen Swami

New Delhi's dialogue with the All Parties Hurriyat Conference has reached an impasse. What could now lie ahead?

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Motivation, the key to better quality
Call it a quirk, an accident or a coincidence — on the day my column on why errors occur in newspapers appeared (May 15), The Hindu "goofed up," as one reader put it: a long interview with Dr. M. Anandakrishnan, Chairman, Madras ...

Towards meltdown
By Robin McKie— © Guardian Newspapers Limited 2006

FOR A bunch of alleged bloodsuckers, pitcher-plant mosquitoes turn out to be a bit of a disappointment. They are wimps, really. They never snack on the veins of animals and never cluster in swarms round human victims. Instead, they spend their ...

Waiting for `anna' in Vidharbha
By P. Sainath

The failure of the banks has seen new kinds of creditors emerge in Vidharbha. Some of these now come in from neighbouring States — with a `home delivery system' of loans. Many farmers owe money to banks, cooperative societies, input dealers, pr ivate lenders, close relatives — and `anna.' Life is about borrowing from one lender to pay off another.

In Pakistan, an unusual court ruling
By Nirupama Subramanian

The case of Neelam Ludhani sends out hope to women.

Inside Ukraine
By Vladimir Radyuhin

In contrast to American activism in Ukraine, Russia has so far adopted a low-key stand.

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