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Thursday, February 01, 2007
Outstanding global foray
The success of the Tatas in a hard fought, nine-round auction in winning control of the Anglo-Dutch steel maker, Corus, is above all a tribute to the vision, venturesome spirit and single-minded determination of Ratan Tata and his team in the ...
Provocation against Iran
In yet another display of recklessness, United States President George Bush has authorised the forces deployed in Iraq to detain or even kill Iranians suspected to be involved in military activity in the occupied country. As a justification, the ...
Leader Page Articles
Compensation the key issue in the land debate
By N. Ravi
The immediate imperative would be to drastically overhaul the system of compensation for farmland, substantially raising the amounts, both to play fair by the farmers and to overcome the political opposition to land acquisition.
OUT OF LONDON
When Blair is put on "trial" for war crimes
By Hasan Suroor
Tony Blair is not yet on trial. But his premiership is on its last legs as the media, the public, and even his own Ministers turn against him.
India's first hydrogen fuel pump next year
By Sujay Mehdudia
INDIA'S FIRST commercial hydrogen fuel pump will commence operations in south Delhi early next year. It will come up at the Indian Oil Corporation's Lodhi Road outlet and will have facilities to dispense pure hydrogen and hydrogen with Compressed ...
Corrections and Clarifications
In a PTI report "New legless amphibian species found" (January 31, 2007), the genus name Gegeneophis was incorrectly given as Geniophis . In the second paragraph, the species name Gegeneophis goaensis was incorrectly given ...
Accounting for the disappeared
By Louise Arbour
Early ratification of the International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance will mark a strong step forward in the promotion of human security.
China continues to court Africa
By Pallavi Aiyar
Hu Jintao's ongoing trip to Africa is the latest in a long series of manoeuvres intended to woo the continent.
Fragility of political unions between countries
By Hywel Williams
For all the rhetoric about peace and security, what is striking about political unions is their fragility.
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