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Removing the distortions
The basic reason why the policy on Special Economic Zones (SEZs) has turned into a major issue of public debate is that, with the SEZ Act of 2005, the zones have become more attractive as an instrument of privileged access to the huge domestic ...

Behind the Swedish verdict
The victory of Sweden's Centre-Right coalition against the country's oldest party, the Social Democratic Party, in the recent general election is in line with a trend witnessed in recent years across major European countries — the trend of ...

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Combating AIDS: Yunnan shows the way
By Pallavi Aiyar

While many of China's other regions pretend that AIDS does not exist, Yunnan has begun to experiment with novel pilot projects such as the methadone therapy and needle exchange programmes.

News Analysis
A crisis and an opportunity in Sri Lanka
By B. Muralidhar Reddy

The SLMM report, detailing the violations of the ceasefire agreement by the LTTE and the Government, underlines the need for a speedy return to the dialogue table.

Language: for torture or communication?
By Kesava Menon

Given India's demographic mix, the link language should primarily be a tool for communication.

Corrections and clarifications
The sentences in "One more tourist attraction in Madurai" ("From the South" page, September 28, 2006) was: "The [Pudu] mandapam is located on the eastern side of the Meenakshi Sundareswarar temple, sandwiched between East Chithirai and East ...

A different kind of truth
By John Burnside

Good non-fiction needs more than just facts - it takes a degree of well-disciplined artifice.

Methane levels to rise again
By Ian Sample

"The bad news is that the slowdown in global methane emissions in the past few decades was only temporary."

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"Globalisation will only work if the winners share with the losers"
Economist and Nobel laureateJoseph Stiglitz,author, most recently, ofMaking Globalisation Work, spoke to Nobel Laureates Plus editor Nathan Gardels on September 22.




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