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Wednesday, December 26, 2007
Nepal without a king
All bad things must be brought to an end. Nepal’s monarchy, which under King Gyanendra’s benighted rule alternated between unenlightened tyranny and violent anarchy, is now a discredited institution, bereft of political legitimacy and ...
Beyond the primate barrier
By successfully cloning monkey embryos and producing two lines of embryonic stem cells, scientists at the Portland-based Oregon National Primate Research Center have broken the primate barrier. Despite the success with cloning the sheep Dolly ...
Leader Page Articles
Oil-for-food scandal: fault not with U.N.
By Ramesh Thakur
Can the impasse on the nuclear deal be broken?
By M.R. Srinivasan
When the powerful can live beyond the law
By Max Hastings
Corrections and clarifications
* In a report “Indian doctor changed Gordon Brown’s life” (“Newscape” page, December 25, 2007), the full name of the doctor, who saved British Prime Minister Gordon Brown (when he was 16) from going blind, was ...
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