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Dangerous time for Benazir
The massacre of close to 140 people in the terrorist attack on the cavalcade heralding Benazir Bhutto’s triumphal return after eight years in exile is a deadly reminder of the challenges facing democratic forces in Pakistan. Ms Bhutto was ...

A global challenge
The rising world food prices, caused principally by dwindling stocks of cereals and burgeoning demand, call for concerted international intervention on several fronts. While the price of wheat has touched a 10-year high, the United States ...

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A war without frontiers
By Praveen Swami

The Islamist terror groups Pakistan set up to fight India are turning on the state which gave birth to them.

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Any slowdown in the IT industry can have a cascading effect: Lakshmi Narayanan
By V. Jayanth

To maintain its leadership position, India’s IT industry needs to innovate and evolve new business models.

The BBC empire has grown too big
By Simon Jenkins

The cuts are painful, but after years of viewers’ licence fee funded fattening, the BBC needs to focus on its core purpose.

Corrections and clarifications
The expansion of IAEA is the International Atomic Energy Agency , and not the International Atomic Energy Association, as was published in a report “Consensus process still on: Manmohan” (October 18, 2007, page ...

Now, a leisure revolution
By Rory Carroll

President Hugo Chavez has proposed slashing Venezuela’s working day to six hours to turn its socialist revolution into a paradise of leisure — with one exception. Under a new draft constitution debated in congress this week, ...

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