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Crisis defused
Three cheers for the Election Commission of India. In a deft pre-emptive move — the surprise announcement of a seven-phase schedule of Assembly elections, beginning April 7 and concluding May 8, 2007 (
Limiting climate change
Climate change as a result of human activity is no longer in question. The summary report released by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change made it unequivocally clear that the vast quantities of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases ...

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Towards enlightened moderation
By Nirupama Subramanian

The Musharraf regime is making visible efforts to project Pakistan as an Islamic republic that is accommodative of ethnic and religious minorities. But how serious is it?

News Analysis
Cashing in on the sporting spirit
By M.S. Prabhakara

Can the feel-good factor from the success of the National Games held in Guwahati be used to address the alienation in the Northeast?

U.S. "surge" in Iraq must prove itself soon
By Simon Tisdall

Unless results come soon, the pressure on George Bush to "bring our boys home" will be irresistible.

New clouds over the Korean nuclear scene
By P.S. Suryanarayana

A standoff between Tokyo and Pyongyang has raised questions about the six-party accord's effectiveness.

Iraqi teachers struggle on despite danger
By Anushka Asthana

AN ASTONISHING picture of life inside Baghdad's schools has been revealed by a group of Iraqi teachers who have travelled to the United Kingdom to gain respite from the daily bloodshed they witness. One, Suad Saleem Abdulla, described how she ...

Corrections and Clarifications
The first paragraph in a report "Pakistan plane to take back injured" (February 22, 2007) was: "For the first time in the history of the two countries, Pakistan will send a military C-130 transporter on a peacetime mission to India on ...

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