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Changing landscape
In a space of just one week, the landscape of the U.S. financial sector has changed quite dramatically. Days after the collapse of Lehman Bothers and the takeover of Merrill Lynch by Bank of America, the two remaining independent investments ...

Potter, Puttar, so what?
So Hari Puttar has finally overcome Harry Potter — and this with no use of magic or witchcraft (other than spell-binding defence arguments). The legal battle between Warner Bros and Mirchi Movies, the makers of ‘Hari Puttar – ...

Leader Page Articles
Reinvigorate secular nationalism
By Malini Parthasarathy

The fundamental duty of any state is to ensure that its citizens are not rendered vulnerable to terrorists out to subvert the nation’s political structure and destroy its social fabric. It is equally the responsibility of the state to ensure th at the social and political cohesion built up over decades is not undermined by groups with political agendas that will subvert and destroy national unity.

News Analysis
Kashmir defines Indian identity
By Subramanian Swamy

India should henceforth refuse to engage in any dialogue on Kashmir except one in which the other side accepts the whole of Kashmir as an integral and inalienable part of India.

OUT OF LONDON
Whatever happened to good old, simple banking?
By Hasan Suroor

The very notion of “safe” banking has been turned on its head by recent events.

He believes credit crunch will work in his favour
By Terry Macalister

A 36-year-old former British air force pilot and his financial backers have placed the biggest ever order for Learjets — worth $1.5b — in the belief that the global credit crunch will not affect high net worth individuals and their ...

Why Asia should matter to Canadian voters
By Ramesh Thakur

It is because Asia will intrude significantly on issues critical to Canada’s welfare and security.

Corrections and clarifications
* * The caption of the accompanying photograph in a report “Crush terror but hands off innocents: Mayawati” (September 23, 2008) was “Taking Stock: U.P. Chief Minister Mayawati along with Samajwadi Party MP ...

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