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Arrested at last
Raj Thackeray, the estranged nephew of Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray, clearly revels in challenging the limits of the law. For quite some time, under his leadership, the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena has adopted a highly provocative and ...

Overdue reform
The government’s decision to grant permanent commission in the armed forces to women in certain non-medical branches also is a step forward in recognising the potential of women and in meeting the long-standing demand for parity in the ...

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Primacy of executive, a dangerous move
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News Analysis
Europe wants new global financial order
By Andrei Fedyashin

America is losing Bretton Woods, the global financial system formed at the U.N. Monetary and Financial Conference, commonly known as the Bretton Woods conference. In July 1944, 730 delegates from all 44 Allied nations gathered at the Mount ...

Corrections and clarifications
A detail in the second paragraph of a New Delhi report “From Uri, with goods” (October 21, 2008) was “… traders from Rawalkote in the Jammu region”. Rawalkot is in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir, as mentioned in an ...

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‘Once Chandrayaan goes near the moon, we will be there to track it’
The 32-metre antenna in Bangalore will allow us to collect the signals from Chandrayaan about 4,00,000 km away both in terms of satellite control capability and the science data coming from the various onboard experiments.




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