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Nepal marches on
The agreement signed on June 16 by the top leaders of the Seven Party Alliance (SPA) and Prachanda, chairman of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist), on eight key issues is remarkable by any standards. Mr. Prachanda did not indulge in hyperbole ...

Trade as a tool of geopolitics
According to the Minutes of the U.S. Trade Policy Review meeting released recently by the World Trade Organisation, major trade partners have expressed concern over the impact of the security measures instituted by the United States on the flow ...

Leader Page Articles
India and the U.N. Human Rights Council
By C. Raj Kumar

If India is to establish its credibility as a country genuinely interested in the protection and promotion of human rights, it has to accept the jurisdiction of committees under the international system.

News Analysis
OUT OF LONDON
The magic of that old school tie
By Hasan Suroor

Fifty four per cent of Britain's top newspaper and television journalists were educated at expensive private schools.

Is the Congress being ignored by its Ministers?
By K.V. Prasad

The Congress party has no proper institutional mechanism for interaction with its Central Ministers.

ONLINE AND OFF LINE
Beyond the drama, the real issues
That was something of a record — more than 25 messages pointing out one error. The previous occasion we touched two digits was when a lengthy interview was duplicated. Then the protests were only from Chennai city, which saw the ...

U.S.' problem is resisting Bush's power grab
By Martin Kettle

As in the 18th century, America's problem is a usurping king called George.

First World War's secret weapon: a friendly chat
By David Smith

WE HAVE ways of making you talk, but they do not involve a bright light, dripping tap or thumbscrews. Instead a cordial German welcome, complete with cigarettes and a chat about mutual acquaintances, helped to elicit crucial information from ...

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