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When the numbers don’t add up
The contours of a contest for the Presidency have begun to take shape with the National Democratic Alliance formally announcing its decision to support Vice President Bhairon Singh Shekhawat as an independent candidate. The seven regional parties ...

Balance between work and family
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has reiterated that striking a balance between work and family is the key to achieving higher productivity, reducing accidents at the workplace, and narrowing the gender gap in earnings. Its recent ...

Leader Page Articles
To save the tiger, revamp the system
By Shekar Dattatri

Set up by the British Raj to exploit vast timber resources, India’s Forest Service needs to reinvent itself if the tiger is to be saved.

News Analysis
Sir Salman’s long journey
By Priyamvada Gopal

His knighthood is a reward for abandoning the anti-establishment stance he once espoused.

“Try to see the world through their eyes”
By Vin Ray

June 20 marked 100 days since BBC correspondent Alan Johnston was abducted in the Gaza Strip on March 12. Johnston’s own words on the role of a reporter.

Early springs a problem for Arctic creatures
By Ian Sample

Long-term survey reveals extended summers. Fragile ecosystem being dramatically disrupted.

How the world watches television
In China, it’s the weather forecast, but around the globe the biggest audiences tune in to reality TV and football.

Corrections and clarifications
>>The blurb of an article “Nuclear weapon-free world — a mirage?” (Editorial page, June 16, 2007) was: “There are some new portends of a revival of the cold war arms era ….” It should have been ...




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