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Friday, February 16, 2007
Safe despite legal setback
In battleground Uttar Pradesh, every day brings a new twist. A fortnight ago Mulayam Singh won a heated vote of confidence on the floor of the Assembly. He pulled this off in the face of a growing clamour for his dismissal and the withdrawal of ...
Cord blood in public banks
Nearly eight years after issuing guidelines for banking cord blood, the American Academy of Pediatrics has come out with a new set of recommendations for the physicians to provide parents with correct information on cord blood banking and the ...
Leader Page Articles
Looking beyond the traditional domain
By Amartya Sen
Given what the country has done for Information Technology, what can the industry do for India?
Exchange Siachen confrontation for peace
By Q. Isa Daudpota and Arshad H. Abbasi
Opinion-makers in India and Pakistan should tell their governments to stop ruining the future of our water supplies and our weather system. Bringing the troops down from Siachen would be the first step.
A strategic key to tackle global challenges
By Benita Ferrero-Waldner
India and the EU should increase cooperation and act together on the world stage.
Hamas and Fatah unity can pave way for peace
By Khalid Mish'al
A HISTORIC new phase in the Palestinian struggle for freedom and independence has begun. Last week's Makkah agreement between Hamas and Fatah will pave the way for the first ever truly Palestinian national unity government. Hamas and Fatah, ...
Animal welfare doubts over Sochi Winter Olympics
By Luke Harding
WWF says bobsleigh run will harm bears.
Blog backlash hits Democrat hopeful
By Ed Pilkington and Rob McGregor
THE RISE of the blog as a tool of presidential candidates has provoked the first backlash of the 2008 contest with two staff members of Democrat hopeful John Edwards resigning under rightwing and religious pressure. Amanda Marcotte, employed as ...
Corrections and Clarifications
In a Guardian report "Once most beloved, now most hated" (Op-Ed, February 15, 2007) it was stated that Felix Frankfurter was Chief Justice. The office of the Readers' Editor, The Guardian , clarifies that it is an error. Felix ...
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