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Editorials
Challenges from Jaipur
Tuesday’s heart-rending tragedy in Jaipur — resulting in the loss of at least 63 civilian lives and injuries to many more — makes this much clear: India’s struggle against terrorism will be long and bloody. Given the ...

Set Binayak free
It’s been a whole year since Binayak Sen was arrested on charges of conspiracy to wage war against the Indian state and commit other crimes. The general secretary of the People’s Union for Civil Liberties is being held under the ...

Leader Page Articles
Pakistan army at the crossroads
By Praveen Swami

Just what is driving the Pakistan army’s efforts to reach a new rapprochement with its historic allies among the clerical order: to rebuild the military-mullah alliance?

News Analysis
Saving lives after death
By M.K. Mani

The most commonly donated organ is the eye. The other organs often used in India are the heart and the liver.

Toiling through the night in a quake-devastated city
By Tania Branigan

Desperate efforts have been mounted in Mianzhu as rescuers still have some hope of reaching survivors.

OUT OF LONDON
Phone-in TV shows are a scandal
By Hasan Suroor

Some of Britain’s most respected TV channels have been forced to pay millions of pounds in fines.

Thai doctors for Myanmar
A team of 30 Thai doctors will head for Yangon on Friday to become the first bunch of foreign medical staff to be accepted by the Myanmar government to extend direct aid to the victims of Cyclone Nargis in Myanmar’s Irrawaddy delta, Thai ...

Corrections and Clarifications
With reference to an article “The tale of a broken pot” (“Newscape” page, May 13, 2008) Iravatham Mahadevan, one of the co-authors of the article, clarifies that he had wrongly mentioned, in the first paragraph, ...

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