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Editorials
Biting the petro bullet
After considerable hesitation, the government has announced a package of measures to cope with the heavy burden imposed by the high global oil prices. Its most visible component is the hike in the retail prices of petrol and diesel — by ...

Barack Obama, the nominee
Barack Obama has clinched the Democratic Party’s nomination for the 2008 presidential election after a gruelling 16-month-long campaign. Mr. Obama and his rival Hillary Rodham Clinton evenly split the last two nominating contests held in ...

Leader Page Articles
Moving to create more fiscal space
By P.B. Jayasundera

The challenge before the Sri Lankan government is essentially to bridge a saving-investment gap in fiscal management.

News Analysis
Is India a superpower of poverty?
By Tarun Das

India’s agenda should be to transform itself into a superpower of peace and prosperity.

Time for consolidation in the skies
By V. Jayanth

The time for optimisation of flights and services has come, but because of the market dynamics no airline wants to take the first step.

OUT OF LONDON
Sir, it is Prime Minister on the line
By Hasan Suroor

Wajid Rafique is not a Labour voter but after that “magic” call he seems to be rooting for Mr. Brown, if not the party.

Unseen Hemingway poems auctioned
By Mark Brown

There is probably a good reason Ernest Hemingway is known for his novels, short stories and journalism rather than his poetry, and it can be found in a remarkable first edition of his first American book. Clearly, he was not a great poet. ...

Corrections and clarifications
A late correction! A query in “Question Corner” (Science &Technology/Agriculture” page, May 8, 2008) was “Mild electric shock — Why is it that when I get down from a car after travelling for some time, I ...

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