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Protecting freedom and artistic creativity
With the Supreme Court making it clear that there is no legal basis to bar the screening of The Da Vinci Code , States such as Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Punjab, Nagaland, and Meghalaya, which had rushed to prohibit its screening, would be ...

A public health challenge
Over the past decade, a number of vector-borne viral diseases have acquired renewed virulence in Asia. These include Japanese encephalitis and dengue fever. Others have also been found, but in restricted geographic areas. Chikungunya is one of ...

Leader Page Articles
On banning The Da Vinci Code
By N.L. Rajah

To ban the film in India, reacting to demands from some, is grave constitutional impropriety, besides being imprudent.

News Analysis
The art of choosing Governors
By Harish Khare

It is about time Raj Bhavans were restored as a source of constitutional sagacity and statesmanship.

The U.N.'s moment of truth
By Kofi Annan

Those who really care about reform should come together and form a new coalition — one that bridges the artificial, destructive divide between North and South.

Academics use technology to combat plagiarism
By Donald MacLeod

Plagiarism via the Internet is a growing problem - but academics are fighting back with their own technology.

CORRECTIONS AND CLARIFICATIONS
Manohar Joshi is with the Shiv Sena, says a reader pointing out that the caption of the standalone picture "Protest against price rise" (June 13, 2006, page 1) mentions him incorrectly to be with the BJP. A reader has pointed out that there are ...

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