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A crisis in Bangladesh
Prime Minister Khaleda Zia's authoritarianism and reactionary manoeuvring in the face of a tide of popular discontent has created a dangerous stalemate in Bangladesh. Her tenure having run out on Friday night, she should have given up all ...

The emerging transnationals
The UNCTAD's World Investment Report for 2005, released recently, captures the broad trends in global capital flows. For the second year, foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows rose substantially last year. Once again, cross-border mergers and ...

Leader Page Articles
The Asian giants and Latin America
By Jorge Heine

Far from hampering growth, the rise of China and India has had a largely positive impact on Latin America and the Caribbean. And, there is great scope for expanding trade between India and countries of the region.

News Analysis
Time to tune up the Congress machine
By K.V. Prasad

Reorganisation of the party organisation is long overdue.

Scholarships for Pakistani students
By Q. Isa Daudpota

India with its English-based education system is attractive for its other Anglophile neighbours. New Delhi could use this advantage to create goodwill.

An investment in our collective future
By Jan Egeland

We must act today if we are to prevent calamity tomorrow.

Sandinista comeback alarms U.S.
By Rory Carroll

DANIEL ORTEGA is a hair's breadth from regaining power in Nicaragua and staging one of Latin America's most remarkable political comebacks, according to new opinion polls. The Sandinista leader is far ahead of rival candidates and could win in ...

ONLINE AND OFF LINE
When news value overrides reader sensitivities
Has the publication of visuals come under your scanner at any point of time after your taking over as the Readers' Editor, asked Vasudevan Sundaram of Secunderabad a few months ago. It has, and it continues to. That is the part of the newspaper ...

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