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Yeddyurappa protests too much
Whatever Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa might have to say about the political motives of the Centre in issuing an Article 355 advisory on the thuggish attacks on Christian institutions in Karnataka, two aspects of the truth stand out. The ...
’Til faith do us part
The opening of the first state-funded Hindu school in the United Kingdom — and in Europe — is lawful under U.K. statutes starting from the 1850s. It is also consistent with centuries of British educational practice. British faith ...
Leader Page Articles
Why liberal Britain just loves Sarah Palin
By Hasan Suroor
The gun-toting, anti-abortionist Sarah Palin is a hit across the gender and political divide. Men find her glamorous, women admire her for putting “misogynists” on notice.
Gender inequalities must be tackled if MDGs are to be achieved
By Noeleen Heyzer
What has happened in the Asia-Pacific region is testimony to why taking a hard look at implementation of Millennium Development Goals is so critical.
Anti-terrorism laws and some imperatives
By N.L. Rajah
They can at best treat the symptoms; they cannot cure the disease.
Corrections and clarifications
* * A sentence in the eighth paragraph of a report “2 terrorists shot dead in Delhi” (September 20, 2008, page 1) was “… He [Mohammad Bashir alias Atiq] went to Jaipur on July 13 to trigger blasts ...
Letters to the Editor
Balance has gone too far in the market’s direction
If you want education, health care and social security, do not rely on markets, says Sir Michael Marmot, chairperson of the Commission on Social Determinants of Health.
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