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The Bugti fallout
The continuing unrest in Balochistan following the killing of Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti is a demonstration of the depth of anger against Islamabad's prolonged neglect of the province even as it unceasingly exploited its rich natural resources. Nawab ...

Right up there
Once in a long while, in the world of sport, there comes a champion who possesses such a powerful combination of attributes — skill, courage, technique, reflexes, mental attitude, physical fitness — that even the most competitive and ...

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National employment guarantee inaction
By Jean Drze

A lack of steadfastness appears to mark the UPA Government's handling of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act. The silver lining is that the NREGA is becoming a matter of competition among political parties.

News Analysis
Corrections and clarifications
A reader says that the toll of the coal miners in Jharkhand in one article contradicts another on the same page (September 9, 2006). In the report "Bodies of 46 miners recovered from colliery", it was stated that "Fifty-four miners went down ...

Not a good time for advocates of peace in Sri Lanka
By B. Muralidhar Reddy

The peaceniks are against a military solution to the ethnic conflict in the island nation. The government believes the NGOs have done more harm than good. And the stalemate continues.

Game is up for U.S. hegemony
By Peter Preston

American business chiefs are so greedy because globalisation means that the game is up for them.

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