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Discouraging iron ore exports
Steel, along with textiles, has played a pioneering role in modern India's industrialisation and it is not surprising that the policy to be adopted on the industry's major raw material, iron ore, has become the focus of national attention. The ...

Inzy's triumph
The decision to exonerate Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq of the charges of ball tampering — reached by International Cricket Council (ICC) match referee Ranjan Madugalle — has vindicated the stance taken by the Pakistan Cricket ...

Leader Page Articles
Reservation in premier institutions
By Prabhudev Konana

While reservation is a political hot button, it is about societal endurance, ethics, and value issues. If it is a pure political solution then, unfortunately, premier institutions will probably lose the battle.

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"The goalposts haven't been shifted and they will not be shifted"
By T.S. Subramanian and Kesava Menon

With the congressional elections scheduled to take place in November 2006, time appears to be running out for the passage of the legislation that will give effect to the nuclear co-operation deal between India and the United States. What are the chan ces that the U.S. Congress will enact the enabling law before its current term comes to an end? U.S. AmbassadorDavid C. Mulfordprovides answers to this and related questions in an interview in Chennai.

India should not join race for biological weapons
By Sujatha Byravan

New Delhi has the opportunity to step up as the global leader it aspires to be by taking a practical approach and the moral high road on the subject.

Corrections and clarifications
The infobox and a sentence in "Maoists to improve coordination" (September 29, 2006) was: "South Asia, the committee [Coordination Committee of Maoist Parties and Organisations of South Asia (CCOMPOSA)] felt, has become a ` burning ...

Ethnic hate crimes on the increase in Russia
By Marianna Belenkaya

Religious and ethnic communities have a big role to play. They should not give in to provocations.

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