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Editorials
Targeting inflation more sharply
The maintenance of price stability has always been one of the two key objectives of monetary policy, the other being the assurance of credit availability to the real economy. On the eve of the RBI's third quarterly review of the monetary and ...

When bigotry blocks the truth
There is something deeply wrong in Gujarat, an advanced State in terms of conventional development indicators. For the second time in a year, a film duly cleared by the Central Board of Film Certification for public exhibition is not being shown ...

Leader Page Articles
DRDO: a better understanding needed
By R. Ramachandran

Notwithstanding the delays, cost-overruns, and apparent failures in some of the major projects, the DRDO's achievements are creditworthy given the levels of funding and the available scientific manpower.

News Analysis
U.S. revealed as powerful yet weak
By Ian Black

Washington is still powerful enough to shape an agenda for international activity but too weak to implement it globally.

Corrections and Clarifications
In the lead story "Tatas outbid CSN, acquire Corus" (February 1, 2007, page 1), the price Tatas offered under the original deal, signed last October, was mentioned as 415 pence a share. The editorial, "Outstanding global foray" (February 1, ...

India as a hub for innovation?
By B.S. Prakash

Will innovation in products or processes on a global scale become the next wave?

Ahmadinejad under fire on nuclear issue
By Atul Aneja

The Iranian President's insistence on "staying the course," despite the U.N. Security Council's decision to impose limited sanctions, has come in for harsh domestic criticism.

Millions wasted in Iraq reconstruction: report
By Ewen MacAskill

A new report focusses on the huge amounts of money being wasted.

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