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Wednesday, July 19, 2006
Massacre of the innocent
The massacre by the Communist Party of India (Maoists) of nearly 30 innocent tribals taking refuge in a relief camp in Chhattisgarh brings to the fore the growing frustration among the ranks of the banned naxalite movement. It was not just ...
A small hike makes big news
Last Friday's decision of the Japanese authorities to raise interest rates for the first time in six years has important messages for the rest of the world too. The actual increase in the benchmark overnight lending rate might be a mere 0.25 ...
Leader Page Articles
The onus is on the secularist
By Harish Khare
The terrorist can be isolated only if the community is mobilised. That can happen only when our political leaders give up their habits and strategies of dividing communities.
Climate-change deniers have now gone nuclear
By Polly Toynbee
MURDEROUS MAYHEM in the Middle East sends oil prices through the roof $78 a barrel and climbing. In the U.K., electricity prices are up 35 per cent in two years, gas prices up 53 per cent. So the British Government launched its energy ...
Corrections and clarifications
* In "Bihar flood situation worsens" (July 14, 2006), the strapline was "With Nepal releasing water from barrage, situation threatens to become grave". The report presents the story that Nepal had released water from the Gandak barrage which is ...
OUT OF LONDON
A controversial survey on India
By Hasan Suroor
India has been judged the sixth most dangerous country for children even more dangerous than Afghanistan, the Palestinian Territories, Myanmar, and Chechnya!
Letters to the Editor
"We can't just arrest anyone who prays five times and has a beard"
Khurshid Kasuri, Pakistan's Foreign Minister, believes the postponement of the India-Pakistan Foreign Secretaries talks will strengthen those who do not want the peace process to succeed. In an interview on Monday, he said both countries must press a head with the dialogue in their own interests and that of the region. Excerpts:
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