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Editorials
Balancing firmness with sensitivity
The several twists and turns in the Australian Federal Police’s investigation of Mohammed Haneef have raised important issues of balancing the implementation of the country’s tough anti-terror laws with sensitivity to the basic rights ...

Overcoming a bottleneck
Union Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel can take some comfort from the smooth progress of the merger of the two national carriers — Air India and Indian Airlines. But his emphasis, in an interview to this newspaper, on expanding aviation ...

Leader Page Articles
Debate or denial: the Muslim dilemma
By Hasan Suroor

More Muslims need to realise that Islamist terrorists are not simply “misguided” individuals acting on a whim but that they are people who know what they are doing and they are doing it deliberately in the name of Islam.

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“We are changing the world’s geography”
By Siddharth Varadarajan

On the eve of the India-Brazil-South Africa (IBSA) Foreign Ministers meeting in New Delhi, Brazil’s Foreign MinisterCelso Amorimspoke to The Hindu about the future and significance of the tri-continental grouping for the evolving international system.

Corrections and clarifications
A sentence in the first paragraph of an article “The runaway Presidential campaign” (Editorial page, July 14, 2007) was: “The American media treat residential misdemeanours as legitimate fodder with newspapers, ...

An overlooked secret of business success: research
By Rebecca Jordan

Getting the facts right will always impress.

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