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Obama the pragmatist
Barack Obama, the presumptive Democratic nominee for the 2008 American presidential election, has eased into a predictable campaign mode followed by the party’s standard-bearers in the past. After clinching the nomination by rallying the ...
Women and the church
The Church of England, the “mother church” of the Anglican communion that is estimated to have 77 million followers worldwide, stands on the threshold of a more inclusive and equitable era. Its General Synod vote in favour of ...
Leader Page Articles
Standing shoulder to shoulder with U.S.
By M.K. Bhadrakumar
Any hitching of our wagons to the U.S. global agenda at such a juncture when unprecedented fluidity has appeared in world politics will be incredibly foolhardy.
A victory of principles
By Sreeram Chaulia
What Luis Moreno-Ocampo’s brave indictment of the Sudan President has done is to demonstrate that the ICC is not afraid of ruffling the feathers of abusive sovereign states.
A green gift to smog-choked Beijing
By Pallavi Aiyar
Beijing’s notoriously smog-choked environs are soon to be gifted an oasis of respite, courtesy of the Olympic Games. The largest public green space in the country, a 680-hectare Olympic Forest Park will soon open its oxygen-laden doors to ...
OUT OF LONDON
Midnight’s Children rides again but critics are baffled
By Hasan Suroor
That the book has won such an overwhelming mandate flies in the face of all assumptions about what people like to read.
Global warming warning for Arctic fox
By David Adam
Polar bears may not be the only Arctic wildlife threatened by global warming. Scientists have discovered that Arctic foxes also struggle as the ice disappears because they rely on the frozen seas to survive the bleak winters. Researchers ...
Corrections and clarifications
Sentences in report “Pending works [at the Mass Rapid Transit System stations] to get over by March” (Chennai city, July 11, 2008, page 3) were “‘Crows are building their nests on top of overhead electrical cables. ...
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