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Editorials
End of a distressing episode
After three months of fervid speculation — about match fixing, poisoning, strangulation, and contract killing — the Jamaican police have arrived at a tame conclusion: Bob Woolmer was done in by diabetes and a heart condition. The ...

Containing chikungunya
Intermittent rains before and after the monsoon's onset have led to a big increase in mosquito numbers in Kerala. Strains of the Aedes mosquito, which need just a little water for their eggs and larvae to develop, have bred prolifically. These ...

Leader Page Articles
The road to eradicating poverty
By Jorge Heine

A mix of market-friendly economic policies and proactive social policies that deploy the resources derived from this growth to empower the weaker sections to take charge of their own lives would be one way to reduce the number of the poor.

News Analysis
It's Olympics time, rain can wait
By Pallavi Aiyar

A country where the weather is thought to be too important to be left to the caprice of god or nature, China has come a long way in its rainmaking programme.

OUT OF LONDON
BBC reality show in sexism row
By Hasan Suroor

It is being seen as "confirmation" that widespread gender bias against women employees existed despite a plethora of equality laws.

Social networking sites are a waste of time
By Zoe Williams

They don't foster meaningful communication.

India attracts white collar migrants
By Randeep Ramesh

Shortage of local talent opens door for foreign executives.

A great spectacle
By Ed Pilkington

A column of migrating animals, 80 km long and 48 km across, was seen in Sudan.

Corrections and Clarifications
* A sentence in "CEOs and the wealth of notions" (Editorial page", June 12, 2007) was: "But this is the city of 25,000 of India's 83,000 dollar millionaires." A reader wondered whether this should have been 83,000 millionaires. In paragraph ...

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