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What will President Sarkozy bring?
Nicolas Sarkozy's emphatic victory in France's most bitterly fought presidential election in recent times underscores four essential points. First, French voters turned out in unprecedented numbers to make their choice, registering a turnout of ...

Of Husain, hate and harassment
There is something terribly amiss about a social order that coerces a law-abiding 91-year-old artist — India's most celebrated painter — into leaving the country because of harassment by rank communalists and moral vigilantes. There ...

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What happens when the water runs out?
By Kalpana Sharma

One billion people in the world lack proper access to potable water. A good number of them are in India. It is incumbent on the state to ensure that the poor are not denied their right to basic necessities.

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Is narcoanalysis a pseudo-science?
Dr. B. M. Mohan, Director, Forensic Science Laboratories, Karnataka has sent this rejoinder to the article, "We need to talk about narcoanalysis," by Sriram Lakshman published on the Op-Ed page ofThe Hinduof May 2, 2007:

A last gasp effort to save the whaling ban?
By John Vidal

A naturalist and a U.K. Conservative Party leader make unlikely allies amid British moves to tip balance against Japan.

Implications of bids for Dow Jones and Reuters
By Owen Gibson and Andrew Clark

NEITHER THE Dow Jones messengers delivering handwritten updates to Wall Street traders in 1882 nor Paul Julius Reuter, who abandoned carrier pigeons for the new Calais-Dover cable in 1851 as a means of carrying stock information, could ...

Corrections and Clarifications
{gt}{gt}The first paragraph in "Shilpa Shetty fails to turn up in court" (May 6, 2007) was: "Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty did not turn up in the court of the Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate here [Jaipur] on Saturday in the public interest ...

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