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Health emergency
Parts of India are in the grip of dengue fever and chikungunya, which pose a public health challenge that is yet to be met vigorously by the authorities. The lack of a swift action mechanism to counter such threats on the basis of a long-range ...

Turbulent skies
In most respects, Indian air passengers never had it so good but the airlines themselves are flying into turbulence. The "open skies" policy pursued by the Government has yielded results on a number of parameters: increased availability of seats, ...

Leader Page Articles
Can a slum become a world class township?
By Kalpana Sharma

What is the motive for a new slum redevelopment plan for Dharavi? Will people like the potter and the cobbler be given their due?

News Analysis
Musharraf's turn to face the flak
By Nirupama Subramanian

The criticism against the General's book is perhaps a lesson for the next controversial leader who wants to write his or her autobiography, especially while still in office.

OUT OF LONDON
India at Frankfurt — and how
By Hasan Suroor

India is the guest of honour at the prestigious book fair but Indian publishing has a long way to go to join the big league.

Chavez in final push for Security Council seat
By Rory Carroll

It has become a personal battle with George W. Bush.

Four decades going nowhere
By Simon Caulkin

Much of today's swirling management activity adds no value. It exists only because the main management effort of the past four decades has been perversely channelled up a dead end.

Corrections and Clarifications
The report "An exciting start in Frankfurt" ("Newscape", October 5, 2006) stated that it was the 58th edition of the world's largest book fair. A reader said this probably concerned its post World War II record. The reader is right. The website ...

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