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Hurdles in the last mile
When future historians write on the negotiation of the India-United States civil nuclear deal, they will marvel at the way the American side made full use of its legislative process to rewrite vital portions of a settled agreement while the ...
Leader Page Articles
Turning the clock back on Lebanon
By Anjali Kamat
With Gaza as one model of Israeli collective punishment and Lebanon's own past another, the Lebanese have little to look forward to especially by way of international support.
A `business model' to help the tiger
By G. Ananthakrishnan
The "Tigers Forever" initiative expects biologists to provide a guaranteed return in the form of a 50 per cent increase in tiger populations in key areas.
In Hieun Tsang's footsteps
By Pallavi Aiyar
Two Buddhist monks retrace the 7th century traveller's journey.
First steps on the road to devolution
By B. Muralidhar Reddy
For Sri Lanka, much depends on the working of the multi-ethnic experts group.
Corrections and clarifications
* In the ANI report "No golf carts for Manmohan" (July 18, 2006), the sentence was "Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, however, shied away from this sporting excursion across a geographical expanse bordering the Caspian Sea." A reader wonders how ...
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