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Editorials
Thumping win for DMK
Not losing is sometimes more important than winning. For the ruling Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, the emphatic win in the Thirumangalam by-election in Tamil Nadu should be most satisfying, if only because a loss so close to the Lok Sabha general ...

Time of the underdog
Admirers of good cinema everywhere will be delighted with the triumph of British director Danny Boyle’s film Slumdog Millionaire at the Golden Globe Awards, putting it in sight of the Oscars. But it has a special meaning for Indians, ...

Leader Page Articles
America’s regional strategy takes off
By M.K. Bhadrakumar

Washington’s regional strategy in Southwest Asia involves negotiating interlocking “grand bargains” that aim at pacifying Iraq and Afghanistan and restoring stability to the Greater Middle East.

News Analysis
Gaza: a supreme emergency
By Peter Beaumont

When do we regard armed resistance as being acceptable?

OUT OF LONDON
Watching the new India unravel on screen
By Hasan Suroor

What’s going on? First a novel that turns the idea of a new and happening India on its head wins the Man Booker Prize. Now a film on India’s brutalising child poverty and exploitation is headed for the Oscars, having swept the Golden ...

Two slightly awkward Presidents Bush
By Ed Pilkington

It was like a coming out party. After eight years of purdah, Aitch and Dubya finally emerged into the glare of the television cameras. Like a young couple newly exposed to the public eye, with Fox Television acting as ...

Corrections and clarifications
It is phosphorus, white or red. The heading of the accompanying box item, in a report “Israel shows signs of an end” (“International” page, January 12, 2009), was “Israel used white phosphorous ...

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