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Editorials
Obama’s olive branch
The opening came not in the form of a letter but as a televised address to the people and leadership of Iran on the occasion of Nowruz. But there is no disputing the fact that U.S. President Barack Obama has taken the first step towards ...

Water as a human right
The passage of another World Water Day (March 22) is a painful reminder that the goal to make water a fundamental right under a global treaty remains elusive. In many countries, governments and international agencies are not expected to reduce ...

Leader Page Articles
What is the cost of U.S. invasion of Iraq?
By George Mathew

A war fought in the name of democracy has weakened accountability and transparency and degraded governance within the U.S.

News Analysis
The spectre of protectionism
By V. Sridhar

It is obvious that countries implementing a stimulus package would want more ‘bang for their buck.’

No easy closures in Pakistan
By Nirupama Subramanian

What awaits Ifthikar Chaudhary is the mother of all constitutional tangles.

Parties should be asked to repeal impunity provisions
By Tarunabh Khaitan

Independence, when it came in 1947, marked the end of a colonial government, but it was only the beginning of the end of the colonial system of governance. This system is opaque rather than transparent, and seeks to control subjects rather ...

The satellite called Megha Tropiques
By N. Gopal Raj

A three-day international conference on the Megha Tropiques begins in Bangalore today.

Science journalists? Don’t make me laugh
By Ben Goldacre

Science is not difficult to explain. Today we will see how British journalists go out of their way to cherry-pick which evidence they cover, and then explain the risks and benefits in what has been shown to be the single most unhelpful way ...

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