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Monday, February 05, 2007
Criminals in combat fatigues
Last week, this newspaper broke the news that officers of three diferent Rashtriya Rifles battalions in central Kashmir collaborated with a group of rogue police officers to cold-bloodedly murder at least five innocent civilians, who were then ...
Denying the right to choose
A decade after the birth of the world's first cloned animal, Dolly, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has come out with a draft risk assessment of consuming meat and milk from cloned animals such as cattle, swine, sheep, and ...
Leader Page Articles
India and the challenge of global warming
By N. Gopal Raj
A sharp rise in sea level could have a considerable impact as about a quarter of the population lives within 50 km of the coastline. Balancing greenhouse gas emissions and economic growth is another worry.
Lessons for the Congress in Maharashtra
By Kalpana Sharma
The ruling coalition must heed the message from the local elections if it wants to arrest the saffron surge.
India must have a proactive agenda in Iran
By Siddharth Varadarajan
Energy, trade, and transit issues are important but the key task for India is to assert itself as a factor for peace in Washington's looming confrontation with Tehran.
Gravy train of big business must hit the buffers
By Simon Caulkin
What are big companies for? Increasingly, the answer seems to be: to keep the City and a tiny minority of top earners in the extravagant style they are cocooned in.
Orange snow in Russia
By Luke Harding
THERE IS nothing unusual about snow in the towns and endless forests of Siberia. But when locals in the small village of Pudinskoye woke up on Wednesday last they immediately noticed something rather strange: the snow falling from the sky was ...
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