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Editorials
Make the IAEA agreement public
The Manmohan Singh government reckons it is make or break time for its civilian nuclear deal with the Bush administration. The bilateral nuclear cooperation agreement (the ‘123’) concluded in August 2007, read in the context of the ...

After the Irish rejection
The heads of government of the European Union (EU) member states who are meeting this week to grapple with the stunning implications of Ireland’s overwhelming ‘no’ to the draft Lisbon Treaty face a major challenge in getting the ...

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Looking beyond the border issue
By Subramanian Swamy

India could form a compact with China or become part of the U.S. efforts to keep China ‘contained.’ How and why the choice is to be made must be subject to an in-depth analysis and national debate.

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Hasina’s release, and the prospects
By Haroon Habib

The release of Sheikh Hasina and her subsequent departure have made for big political drama in the context of the government’s pronounced policy to carry forward its high-profile anti-corruption drive without bias.

Humiliation as punishment
By Julian Borger and Joe Jackson

British offenders depressed at the prospect of sweeping out bus stations in a fluorescent jacket identifying them as a criminal, or being shamed in a “conviction poster,” can console themselves with the thought that they could be at ...

Foreigners help U.S. retain its scientific supremacy
By N. Gopal Raj

Much of the growth in U.S. science and engineering employment has come from foreigners who have either studied in America or who migrated there after their graduate studies.

Corrections and clarifications
The fifth paragraph of a report “Surendra betters record” (“Sport”, Early editions, June 16, 2008) was “Sandip Kumar finished fourth in the men’s 10,000m in 2:17.97 , also a personal ...

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