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No room for chauvinism
With torrential rain in Kerala, the storage level at the Mullaperiyar dam near Thekkady is close to 140 feet. Some 2914 million cubic feet of water has been released since November 14 but there seems to be no respite for the dam. In consequence, ...

Horrifying mess
The spate of car bombings in Baghdad on November 23 that killed at least 144 Shias and injured more than 200 provides ample proof that the civil war in Iraq is escalating rapidly. According to statistics compiled by the United Nations, the vast ...

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British universities and globalisation
By Arvind Sivaramakrishnan

British universities, long regarded as among the world's finest, are discovering that aspects of globalisation can damage them, for reasons as much domestic as anything else.

News Analysis
A fading cotton bumper crop
By P. Sainath

Claims of a cotton bumper crop in Maharashtra have faded. Farmers feel such talk was meant to push prices down further. Procurement delays could also force many to sell in distress to private buyers.

Caste atrocities in Karnataka
By Divya Gandhi

Boycott of Dalits in Kadkol was only the latest in the long list of attacks on Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes.

India and Venezuela: a success story
By Vinod Sreeharsha

The thriving bilateral relationship reflects President Hugo Chavez's quest to strengthen south-south collaboration.

Corrections and Clarifications
* A reader points out that in the feature "A slice of Kancheepuram and Kalakshetra in Kazan" (November 24, 2006), the correct name of Lenin should have been Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (Lenin)/V.I. Lenin, and not Vladimir Ulyanovich Lenin, as was ...

Sarkozy under fire
By Angelique Chrisafis

NICOLAS SARKOZY, France's Interior Minister and the centre-right's favoured presidential candidate, is struggling to calm critics in his party who accuse him of muzzling opponents and stifling internal debate as he prepares to declare his ...

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