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How to end this discordance
The tone, although not the substance, of India-China relations has recently been through a problematical phase, with misperceptions and motivated media campaigns creating the impression of some kind of crisis. That this is not so has been made ...

Disquieting fallout
Under the shadow of the global crisis, the latest New Exploration Licensing Policy (NELP) bidding round has evoked a disappointing response, despite the official claim that the performance compares favourably with the experience of other ...

Leader Page Articles
The cultures of depression
By K.S. Jacob

The failure to recognise the heterogeneity of depression, the discounting of context, personality, stress and coping and the ease of prescribing antidepressants make its management less than optimal.

News Analysis
Social and political dividends from NREGA
By Vidya Subrahmaniam

In the final analysis, what makes any NREGA social audit worth all the pain and effort is the awareness it creates among poor beneficiaries.

U.S. and the shadow of new East Asia visions
By P. S. Suryanarayana

A poser is whether the U.S. will feel tempted to play the India card against China, as Mr. Hatoyama’s Japan gravitates towards Beijing.

Liberty in the decade of extraordinary rendition
By Afua Hirsch

With spectacular irony, fundamental rights and freedoms around the world were violated over the decade almost as rapidly as new mechanisms to protect them were being assembled. In the U.K., less than a year after New Labour’s Human Rights ...

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When court foiled trade bid to monopolise a word
A reader’s query about the word “homemaker,” which is increasingly used in preference to “housewife”, prompted me to undertake a quick study. It was worthwhile and enlightening. The reader, Saurabh Sharma, ...




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