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The magic shehnai
Ustad Bismillah Khan (March 21, 1916-August 21, 2006) represented the bridge between classical music as nurtured in the royal courts and its popular version presented on proscenium stages of the world. His contributions were many. He elevated the ...

AIDS control priorities
A new study reported in this newspaper indicates that the present estimate of 5.2 million people living with HIV in India is an overestimate, and that the actual number may be closer to 3.5 million. Whatever be the best estimate, it is clear that ...

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WINDOW ON IRAN
Little chance of nuclear compromise
By Siddharth Varadarajan

Tehran will respond to the pending European package but is unlikely to suspend enrichment under pressure. What the world must realise is sanctions will take us further from and not closer to a peaceful solution.

News Analysis
Why delay the Tribal Rights Bill?
By Brinda Karat

Each day that the Government delays the passage of the Bill is another day of uncertainty and insecurity for lakhs of tribls who face the terror of eviction.

A gold mine waiting to be tapped
By Pallavi Aiyar

There is a large market for Hindi films in China that can be exploited.

Corrections and Clarifications
In The Hindu -CNN-IBN State of the Nation Survey on the attitudinal profile of the young, "The youth: their thoughts and aspirations" (August 16, 2006), a reader wondered why two tables, "The pattern of possession" and "Mobility is not a ...

The moralists have already lost their case
By John Berger

Gunter Grass' idea of honour is beyond them.

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