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Editorials
The oral polio vaccine is safe
Ever since four infants died in Tamil Nadu’s Thiruvallur district after they were vaccinated against measles in April 2008, there has been some apprehension about the safety of vaccination. More recently, the death of three children in ...

Switzerland in Schengen
The expansion of the European Union’s Schengen internal border-free zone, entailing common frontiers, to include another non-member state, the Swiss Federation — besides Norway and Iceland — is a logical next step in the ...

Leader Page Articles
U.S. draws India into the Afghan war
By M.K. Bhadrakumar

The time has come to carefully assess the U.S. motivations in widening the gyre of the Afghan war, which commenced seven years ago.

News Analysis
A tale of two statements
By Neena Vyas

What Antulay said might have been ridiculous but what Jaswant Singh said is disastrous for a nation that has taken the pledge to fight terror to its death.

U.S. firms queue up for bailouts
By Andrew Clark

Wall Street may have been first in line but others could do with some extra cash too.

Towards a new ‘balance of economic power’
By P. S. Suryanarayana

The new ‘Tripartite Partnership’ among China, Japan, and South Korea can be seen as a form of political ‘hedging’ against the U.S.

Corrections and clarifications
In “This Day That Age” (December 20, 2008), the first headline was “Algerian problem”, while the text related to Marshal Bulganin admitting to charges against him made at the Central Committee of the Soviet Communist ...

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