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Thursday, November 30, 2006
The Shibu Soren saga would have made for an edge-of-the-seat thriller had the protagonist been a fictional character involved in a prolonged cat-and-mouse game with the law. It may be a reflection of the times that Mr. Soren is a public figure of ...
Seeking a ballistic missile shield
For some years now, India has been interested in protecting itself from ballistic missiles. The reason for this concern is not hard to discern, considering the steady growth in Pakistan's missile capability. It is believed the Shaheen-2 missile, ...
Leader Page Articles
The scientist Pakistan chose to forget
By Nirupama Subramanian
Abdus Salam's 10th death anniversary saw a small but earnest campaign for undoing the injustice to a man held in high esteem by the scientific community worldwide but virtually unknown in Pakistan.
A diplomat and bilateral progress
By Amit Baruah
High Commissioner Aziz Ahmed Khan is returning to Pakistan after a job well done. He can pat himself on the back at the end of a stellar innings.
The goal: a poverty-free South Asia
By Kim Hak-Su
The region needs an unswerving commitment to create a poverty-free world in which all its citizens would lead a productive and meaningful life.
No outrage at extravagance of super-rich
By Michele Hanson
As megabillionaires throw their money around, why is there no outrage?
OUT OF LONDON
Bridging the media-academia divide
By Hasan Suroor
The time when academics and journalists inhabited two different worlds is behind us.
Lawsuit on donations
By Ed Pilkington
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES are closely watching a legal action in New Jersey that could determine whether they continue to have the freedom to spend billions of dollars in annual donations as they see fit. The two-day hearing, which began on Tuesday, ...
Corrections and Clarifications
The heading of the lead story was "[Union Minister for Coal, Shibu] Soren convicted for murder, resigns" (November 29, 2006, page 1). A reader says "convicted for" is incorrect and should have been "convicted of". The OED says that "convicted of" ...
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