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Editorials
A woman in the chair
A non-partisan Speaker is something of a theoretical construct in party-based parliamentary politics: it may or may not hold in practice. The fact that the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party have come to a quick and smooth understanding ...

Addressing urban poverty
India’s inequalities are more glaring in its urban areas. The country’s urban poor, according to Planning Commission estimates, number 80 million and constitute 25.70 per cent of the urban population. The socio-economic dynamics of ...

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Shouldn’t every Minister be a Health Minister?
Since matters of health are substantially influenced by policies and programmes followed in other sectors, all the Ministries of government must play an active role in advancing health goals.

What business schools should get right
We need to once again get back to the basics of creating value and not propagating illusions of value.

News Analysis
OUT OF LONDON
How Hollywood edited Britain out of history
By Hasan Suroor

Critics say that the British troops are barely mentioned in American depictions of D-Day.

For years they tried to stop George Tiller, finally a bullet did
By Ed Pilkington

After 30 years of harassment and death threats, Dr. Tiller finally succumbed.

Corrections and clarifications
* The sixth paragraph of a report “An iconoclast who courted controversies” (June 1, 2009), which was on Kamala Suraiya, said that her work “The Descendants” was brought out in 1970 . The year should have ...

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