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Maoists pull off big upset
Only partial results are as yet available but it is clear that the Maoists will be the single largest party in Nepal’s newly elected Constituent Assembly (CA). Results or leads for 200 of the 240 first-past-the-post (FPTP) seats are ...

Improving carbon control
The U.N. climate change conference that concluded recently in Bangkok has made it clear that market-oriented arrangements such as the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and emission trading ushered in by Kyoto protocol will continue beyond 2012. ...

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Enter Nepal’s Maoist establishment
By Kanak Mani Dixit

Will the untested Maoists be able to rise above their bombast and rhetoric to ensure political stability?

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Tourism in India and China, a striking study in contrast
By Pallavi Aiyar

Chinese travellers to India make up less than 2 per cent of the total number of foreign travellers to the country, although the potential for growth is huge in both directions.

North-south divide gives Berlusconi the edge
By Vaiju Naravane

With over a hundred parties in the fray, it is unlikely that a single party obtains an absolute majority in the Italian elections.

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Balance: Readers’ perceptions, and the practice
I thought I had seen it all, heard it all, and was probably getting smug, when the new storm struck, less in volume this time but fiercer in intensity. Some expressions in some of the mails made me wonder: why can’t exchanges be civil, ...




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