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Dangerous intolerance
A nasty situation has developed for media freedom in South India's largest State — with the dominant Eenadu group targeted by a State Government that is at the receiving end of aggressive investigative journalism. The modus operandi ...

Helmets keep heads safe
Among the least expensive aids that give a motorcycle or scooter rider a "second chance" in an accident is the crash helmet. In a mishap, this protective headgear is estimated to lower the likelihood of death by a significant 40 per cent and risk ...

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New lows in Pakistan-Afghanistan ties
By Nirupama Subramanian

In such bad shape are relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan that their exchanges now have the same flavour as India-Pakistan conversations of not so long ago.

News Analysis
OUT OF LONDON
How their lives went terribly wrong
By Hasan Suroor

The main question in the debate over the Ipswich murders is: what made five women from `normal' families take to drugs?

Where's the indignation in Britain today?
By Polly Toynbee

They may grumble to pollsters, but financial security and high public spending will keep the public voting for Tony Blair's Labour Party after he has gone.

"Global flu pandemic would probably kill 62 million"
By Sarah Boseley

Previous estimates of the likely death toll range from two million to one billion.

Corrections and Clarifications
The heading of a report was "22 injured in Assam blasts" (December 22, 2006, page 1) while the text gave the figure as "23 persons". The heading is right, and refers to the 22 persons injured in two blasts. The twenty-third person was ...

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