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Wednesday, October 25, 2006
Get more assertive on Naga front
The search for a formula, at least an interim one, to address the conflicting and seemingly intractable positions on the Naga issue should not be allowed to weaken. Nor should ambiguities regarding the Government's writ remain unattended. Judging ...
Ending the mosquito menace
It is not for nothing that dengue used to be called break-bone fever. It is an apt description of the agonies suffered as a result of the excruciating muscle and joint pain that is so characteristic of the disease. Fortunately, only a small ...
Leader Page Articles
The search for a solution in war-torn Iraq
By Hamid Ansari
A beginning could be made with a regional conference of all neighbours. This must include the invading powers; having created the problem, they must share the burden of resolving it on terms that are not unilateral.
Not a dog's life catering to pets
By P. Sainath
Spending on pets in the U.S. is headed for a record $38.4 billion this year. This industry's products range from the basics of pet food and supplies to the bizarre and beyond.
Striking a balance
By Sandeep Dikshit
China is attempting to improve the living standards of the displaced as well as ordinary workers while continuing to remain the world's most attractive destination for foreign investment.
"Even other Muslims turn and look at me"
Muslim journalistZaiba Malikhad never worn the niqab. But with everyone from Jack Straw to Tessa Jowell weighing in with their views on the veil, she decided to put one on for the day. She was shocked by how it made her feel and how strong ly strangers reacted to it.
Corrections and clarifications
A few readers wondered what "Cartoonscape" (Editorial page, October 24, 2006) depicted. Keshav clarifies that it pertained to the espionage activities of the ISI of Pakistan and exposed the chinks in the armour of the Indian Army. The "hiss" ...
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