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Cricket's last emperor
The timing of Brian Lara's retirement from international cricket is a wistful reminder that not all great sportspersons can exit on a high. In his prime, the left-handed genius — Test cricket's highest run-getter with 11,953 runs at 52.88 ...

Deal-making in Pakistan
Verification of reports to the effect that Pakistan's former Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto, has struck a deal with President Pervez Musharraf might be possible only as events unfold. However, it is clear that both parties stand to gain from a ...

Leader Page Articles
In France, waiting for the two finalists
By Vaiju Naravane

The outcome of the first round of the presidential election, slated for Sunday, remains highly unpredictable.

News Analysis
We dare not look too deeply into ourselves
By Simon Jenkins

A Planet Earth-style view of the human race will reveal the cauldron of antagonisms beneath the patina of diversity.

Natural HIV blocker found
By James Randerson

A COMPOUND found naturally in blood could form the basis for an entirely new class of Aids drugs, according to research scientists in Germany. The chemical prevents the HIV virus from entering human immune cells and it is effective even against ...

Corrections and Clarifications
The first paragraph in "Traffic cops buoyed by the drive" (Delhi, April 18, 2007, page 5) was "A week into the enforcement drive against those giving traffic rules a miss, a semblance of order seems to have come on to the Capital's roads, even as ...

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"There is a severe shortfall of public health professionals"
CardiologistK. Srinath Reddyexplains the aims and tasks of the Public Health Foundation of India, which he heads. Excerpts from a recent interview:




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