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In god's name
When Jammu and Kashmir Governor S. K. Sinha demits office on Wednesday morning and flies to New Delhi on a government jet, the ground beneath his feet will be ablaze with hate. Sharpening a communal divide, engendering street violence, uniting ...

Effulgent Russia
Russia may or may not win the Euro 2008 championship but it has already made a wonderful contribution to the game of football. In playing a courageous brand of Total Football, Guus Hiddink’s unfancied team has exposed the banality of the ...

Leader Page Articles
Managing Pakistan-U.S. relations
By Talat Masood

In trying to impose its will against the wishes of Pakistani people, the Bush administration heightens anti-American sentiment; discredits the war on terror; and makes it more difficult for the new civilian government to stabilise.

News Analysis
Signs of a new detente
By P.S. Suryanarayana

It will be foolish to dismiss the new buzz in Beijing’s ties with Tokyo as the result solely of China’s charm offensive on the eve of Olympics 2008.

Preserving protection in a world on the move
By António Guterres

Neat classifications of who is a refugee deserving protection and who is not are becoming blurred.

OUT OF LONDON
A writer’s take on Pakistan but it’s all fiction
By Hasan Suroor

A book that ticks all the right boxes: crisp prose, good pace, sharply-etched characters, and nail-biting dramatic tension.

Corrections and Clarifications
The heading of an item (“Snapshots – Business” page, June 24, 2008) was “vTrendy from Tata Teleservices” while the text did not mention anything about the connection with Tata Teleservices. Virgin Mobile, ...

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