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Wednesday, January 10, 2007
The ULFA challenge
It may be a general dictum that no state can protect all its unarmed civilians against hit-and-run strikes by terrorist organisations. However, this cannot explain the apparent helplessness of the Central and Assam governments as the United ...
A monument to injustice
There was never a chance that the United States would close down its infamous detention centre at Guantanamo Bay. The detention centre at the U.S. naval base is an affront to contemporary civilisation and to all notions of justice. Its existence ...
Leader Page Articles
Bringing to book the guilty men of Baghdad
By Siddharth Varadarajan
The legal arguments used by the U.S.-sponsored Iraqi court to convict Saddam Hussein of crimes against humanity apply even more forcefully to those American leaders who ordered the illegal invasion and occupation of Iraq.
Singur to Nandigram and beyond
By Marcus Dam
The West Bengal Government is set to announce a comprehensive policy on special economic zones to allay fears about land acquisition.
Different strokes of the coup masters
By P.S. Suryanarayana
The military rulers of Thailand, Myanmar, and Fiji have moved to further consolidate their power, with varying degrees of success.
Global warming and the Indian monsoon
By N. Gopal Raj
"The prediction that 2007 will be the warmest year does not automatically mean more episodes of very heavy rain during the coming monsoon."
Many more will die
By Gary Younge
ONLY THE squeaking of the boots of the military pallbearers could be heard in the Calvary church in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on Thursday (January 4) as Chad Vollmer's coffin was wheeled to the front. By the time the service was over their steps ...
Corrections and Clarifications
* A report on Microsoft's new products has appeared on two pages on January 9, 2007. The Xinhua report ("Microsoft unveils slew of new products") was used on the Business page, while Anand Parthasarathy's despatch ("A software clearing house for ...
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