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Editorials
Sri Lanka on the brink
Sri Lanka's four-year-old ceasefire is in critical condition, and with the resumption of full-scale hostilities, all that separates it from death is an official declaration by one or the other side, with the required two-week notice, of ...

Reining in distorting subsidies
The World Trade Report 2006 has as its principal focus government subsidies, which may have specific goals of correcting market distortions and meeting social objectives but can also distort trade. Coincidentally, the report of the WTO was ...

Leader Page Articles
War clouds darken the outlook for peace
By B. Muralidhar Reddy

Sri Lanka appears headed for civil war, with the LTTE stepping up its attacks. The peace constituency has suffered a further blow with three European nations pulling out of the Sri Lanka Monitoring Mission.

News Analysis
Integrating the U.S.-India circuit
By B.S. Prakash

Newer areas of convergence may be emerging between the two countries.

638 ways to kill Fidel Castro
By Duncan Campbell

The CIA's attempts to bump off the Cuban strongman would put a James Bond novel to shame . . . exploding molluscs, poison pills and hitmen. Once he even offered to shoot himself.

Doubts over NORAD evidence to 9/11 inquiry
By Oliver Burkeman

The military did not even hear about United flight 93 until after it had crashed.

Corrections and Clarifications
In the promo on page 1, "Cooperative polls soon" (Tamil Nadu, August 3, 2006), a wrong picture was used, of E.V. Velu, Tamil Nadu Food Minister, instead of Ko. Si. Mani, Cooperation Minister. In "India-Pakistan trade stuck on SAFTA" ...

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