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Well done, Election Commission
The Election Commission of India's strategy on the Bharatiya Janata Party's defiant communalism has succeeded brilliantly. The ECI needed to pick up the gauntlet when the saffron party challenged it and the electoral law with a venomous CD at the ...

Raising labour standards
Globally, the electronics industry is said to be larger than the agriculture, textiles, and clothing sectors put together, earning export revenues of an estimated US$ 1 trillion, providing employment for over 18 million people, and making ...

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Signs of another kind of line of control
By Praveen Swami

Has Pakistan set new limits that the Lashkar-e-Taiba should not cross in its jihad against India?

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ONLINE AND OFF LINE
Concerns that go beyond a spellchecker's
Is ombudsman a gender-neutral word? That question from a reader (not named here as he has not provided his address despite a request) had me stumped. I had assumed it was, and never thought about it. Now I had to get to the root of it and that ...

A lot of ground to be made in U.P.
By K.V. Prasad

Reviving the Congress in the country's most populous State will take some doing as the recent Assembly election debacle shows.

The future for Britain's PM-in-waiting
By Andrew Rawnsley

Finally Gordon Brown is alone at the top after the extraordinary years of the double act. He must use his freedom carefully.

Whistleblowers should not be persecuted
By Jasper Gerard

WHISTLEBLOWERS CAN only blow their whistles briefly, for they are swiftly taken away — to jail. So here, I shall attempt to blow for them and not merely a whistle, but a trumpet. David Keogh had been a civil servant for 25 years, but on ...

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