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Mumbai: what next?
We now have before us a rough sketch of the Lashkar-e-Taiba operation behind the second serial bombings of Mumbai: the worst terrorist strike on Indian targets after the 1993 attacks on the city and the mid-air explosion of Air India's jet ...

A progressive online initiative
The procedure for allotting professional course seats to eligible students under the single-window admission system mandated by the Supreme Court that came into effect in 1997 has been taxing for all involved. For students and their parents, ...

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REALITY CHECK
Limit to tolerance, but options are limited too
By Siddharth Varadarajan

Despite the Musharraf regime's equivocation on terrorism, India will gain nothing by allowing the authors of the Mumbai blasts to disrupt the peace process with Pakistan.

News Analysis
ONLINE AND OFF LINE
Amid the pressures, editorial primacy
Maintaining the balance between the editorial content and the advertisement needs of a major newspaper is a delicate task. What kind of pressures does he face as Editor-in-Chief? N. Ram spoke in detail about how he and the editorial team have ...

A balancing act for justice to all
By M. A. Baby

The Kerala Professional Colleges Act (KPC Act), 2006, is neither pro-minority nor anti-minority; it is only pro-people.

Moderates on both sides must assert themselves
By Foqia Sadiq Khan

In this view from across the border on the Mumbai train blasts, the writer argues that Pakistan needs to make a greater effort to deal with terrorist networks while India must immediately act to prevent a Gujarat-like backlash and over the longer run address the issue of Kashmir.

The crofter who dared to question cash for honours
By Nick Cohen

ANGUS MACNEIL'S family croft (as Scots call a small farm) on the island of Barra is about as far as it is possible to get from London and still be in Britain. Barra's hills so effectively shield the croft that his parents couldn't get a ...

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