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Innovative package for Citigroup
The U.S. government’s $300 billion-plus rescue package for Citigroup is a bold attempt at staving off a crisis in confidence not just in one of the world’s largest banks but in the global financial system as a whole. Citigroup ...
Protecting intangible heritage
Monuments and other tangible art objects are easily recognised as heritage assets. For the most part, they receive substantial attention and protection. Intangible oral traditions and performing arts, on the other hand, face special challenges ...
Leader Page Articles
Indian languages and the classical status
By M.A. Baby
Denying Malayalam such a stature will amount to gross injustice.
OUT OF LONDON
Will Afghanistan spoil the Brown-Obama party?
By Hasan Suroor
Even before the euphoria over Barack Obama’s election has fully subsided, Afghanistan is already being flagged up by analysts as a potential diplomatic flashpoint in Britain’s relations with the incoming American ...
Now, they get a taste of their own medicine
By Louise Story
Just before bonus time, analysts fall victim to layoffs.
Can you charge an iPod using an onion?
By Patrick Barkham
Soaking an onion in an energy drink to charge your iPod? It is either so bonkers it must be true or it’s a YouTube hoax. First a video circulated on the internet (tinyurl.com/yqolvz) claimed to show a discovery that could revolutionise ...
Business confidence at 15-year low
By David Gow
German business confidence fell in October to its lowest level since 1993, the Ifo institute in Munich reported on Monday as a poll by the IW institute in Cologne said a third of German firms would cut jobs next year. But German chancellor ...
Corrections and clarifications
* * The penultimate paragraph in a report “I was tortured, says Purohit” (November 25, 2008) was “The other suspects also made similar allegations of ill-treatment amounting to violation of human rights. While sadhvi Pragnya ...
Letters to the Editor
‘Fight against LTTE and move towards political solution should go hand in hand’
The demand for truce is a bogey raised every time the LTTE is militarily weakened, says Sri Lanka’s Social Welfare MinisterDouglas Devananda.
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