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By itself, the decision of the United Progressive Alliance government to increase the reservation for women in all tiers of the panchayati raj system from one-third to at least half is a progressive step. But seen in the context of the ...

Ghosting medical science
Medical ghostwriting, according to a researcher, “occurs when someone makes substantial contributions to a manuscript without attribution or disclosure. It is considered bad publication practice in the medical sciences, and some argue it is ...

Leader Page Articles
The judges’ assets imbroglio
By Anil Divan

When its judges decided in principle to put their assets on the website, public perception prevailed and the Supreme Court enhanced its own reputation.

News Analysis
Thirty-four months with no income
By P. Sainath

For the poor and landless, NREGS is clearly the lifeline. But many shopowners and rain-fed farmers in Anantapur, Kurnool and Mahbubnagar have also sought work under it.

The flu and a few other priorities
By Thomas Chandy

The media storm and the government action on the A(H1N1) flu are warranted, but should not steps to meet infant mortality and malnutrition become national priorities, too?

Dugard case: The Stockholm Syndrome theory
By Ed Pilkington

One of the most baffling elements of Jaycee Lee Dugard’s story is why she never attempted to escape during 18 long years of captivity at the hands of the man who kidnapped her and raped her. Despite the elaborate lengths to which ...

Corrections and clarifications
Prakash Karat, CPI(M) general secretary, writes: “In the report and headline ‘Right to Food Act a gimmick, says Karat’ (August 31, 2009), of my press conference in Bhopal, it has been wrongly attributed to me that I called ...

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