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Ill-conceived foray
British Foreign Secretary David Miliband is a youngish man in a hurry. Son of a Marxist political theorist, Ralph Miliband, and reputed to be a big ideas intellectual, he made a political career for himself as a Blairite, becoming, in effect, ...

Protect the wetlands
As all countries prepare to celebrate World Wetlands Day on February 2 on the theme ‘Upstream — Downstream, wetlands connect us all,’ there is great expectation that India will get serious about saving its vanishing water ...

Leader Page Articles
How to develop India’s northeast
By M. S. Swaminathan

Science has a big role to play in shaping the region’s ecological future.

News Analysis
Is caste an economic development vehicle?
By S. Gurumurthy

Traditional caste, by reorienting itself, seems to be handling modernity well. It is modernity that appears clueless as to how to handle caste.

OUT OF LONDON
Israeli actions in Gaza give U.K. extremists a new lease of life
By Hasan Suroor

Posters calling for “jihad” have appeared in Muslim areas and Islamist websites are reported to be buzzing with angry chatter portraying the Israeli invasion of Gaza as yet another western-backed conspiracy to humiliate Muslims.

Gazan peace advocate loses 3 daughters to Israeli fire
By Dina Kraft

Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish is a Gazan and a doctor who has devoted his life to medicine and reconciliation between Israelis and Palestinians. But on Saturday, the day after three of his daughters and a niece were killed by Israeli fire in ...

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Formalised guidelines can be a bulwark
Time was when The Hindu’s different editions were produced from one centre and had unified direction. The work is now done from 12 centres, enabling the particular edition to give the necessary focus to the region it ...




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