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The sound of music
The country’s northeastern hills are in the grip of frenzied passion but guess what? The cause is neither political unrest nor separatist violence. It is difficult to imagine that the trigger for such hysterical ferment is a television ...

Are the levels sustainable?
The stock markets, after consolidating their gains made early in the week, closed at record levels on Friday. The benchmark stock indices, the Sensex and the Nifty ended higher by 6.4 per cent and 7.3 per cent respectively over their levels at ...

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Need to wake up to the realities
By Prabhudev Konana

The global success of “brand India” and continuous reinforcement of successes cloud many perceptions of reality. It is important for us to be more inquisitive about our claims of hackneyed success stories.

News Analysis
Democracy, not terror, is the engine of political Islam
By William Dalrymple



Airline cabins to be tested for fumes
By Dan Milmo

The cabins of commercial jets will be tested for toxic fumes after a report, backed by the British government, called for an investigation into whether pilots are being disorientated by poor quality air. The Committee on Toxicity said there ...

Corrections and clarifications
In a cricket report “Sri Lankan bowlers deliver” (“Sport”, September 20, 2007), Mohammed Nazimuddin was dismissed leg before wicket to Chaminda Vaas, and not bowled as mentioned in the text. (The report was on an ...

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“No reservation over nuclear deal”
Song Min-soon, Foreign Minister of the Republic of Korea, outlines his country’s emerging equation with India in the context of its move for securing the support of the Nuclear Suppliers Group. Excerpts from an exclusive interview in Seoul:




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