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Wednesday, October 04, 2006
More than a saint
For many of his countless admirers and followers, the greatest tribute to Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi is that he was a Mahatma a great soul who led an exemplary life with a once-in-a-millennium commitment to the practice of non-violence ...
The world's most difficult job
India may have had a horse in the race but the near-certain election of South Korea's Ban Ki-Moon as the next Secretary-General of the United Nations need not occasion any despondency let alone worry in New Delhi. In the fourth straw poll held ...
Leader Page Articles
Confucius makes a comeback in China
By Pallavi Aiyar
Confucian values such as unity, morality, and respect for authority are being seen by Chinese leaders as the key to the country's future.
Will Singur cause a realignment?
By Marcus Dam
The Congress and the Trinamool Congress are both opposing the takeover of farmland for industrial purposes in West Bengal. But will this lead to something more?
Aid agencies flee Darfur camp as fighting erupts
By Jonathan Steele
The clash seems to be the worst single incident since the peace deal was signed.
America is living beyond its means
By Larry Elliott
China and India will be calling the shots when the U.S. is no longer top dollar.
Corrections and Clarifications
The sentences in "Mahatma's leadership unparalleled: Mbeki" (October 3, 2006) was: "The highlight of the ceremony was a musical tribute to the Mahatma by sarod maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, who played Gandhiji's two favourite hymns, ` Vaishnav ...
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