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Not by judicial fiat alone
The fierce protests during the day-long bandh by Delhi's traders — which resulted in the death of four people in police firing — signals an urgent need to formulate a broad-based, comprehensive, and humane strategy to deal with the ...

Man in a hurry
Not many can boast a CV that reads `Chief Minister at age 35.' Yet that is not all there is to Madhu Koda, the newest head of government in Jharkhand and among a handful of independents to reach the high office in any State. A man in a hurry, Mr. ...

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An open letter to American Senators
By M.R. Srinivasan

The draft Senate Bill on the India-U.S. civilian nuclear deal of July 2005 has been worded as though dealing with a normal non-nuclear weapon state. Any additional obligations imposed on India are unacceptable.

News Analysis
Coalition dharma in Karnataka
By Parvathi Menon

What is it that cements the alliance between the Janata Dal (Secular) and the BJP?

Admission strengthens Budapest's hand
By Thomas Land

The Gyurcsany Government's admission it has been lying to the people brought shocked Hungarians out on to the streets but are the politicians playing a much longer game?

Towards efficiency in doing good
By B.S. Prakash

If giving is seen not as charity but more as allocation of resources, the question of efficacy and measuring the results is critical.

Threat is from those who accept climate change
By George Monbiot

If the biosphere is ruined it will be done by people who know that emissions must be cut _ but refuse to alter the way they live.

Corrections and clarifications
The sentence in "Basking in the glory, deservedly" (Editorial, September 20, 2006) was: "The enviable generation of internal revenues has made it possible for the Railways to grow, within a five-year span, from being a defaulter in payment of ...

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