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Editorials
Stop illegal mining
The Central Empowered Committee (CEC) of the Supreme Court could not have used clearer language than it has done in recommending that illegal mining must be stopped in six mines in two villages of Andhra Pradesh’s Anantapur district that ...

A strategic retreat
The Centre has been forced by the groundswell of protest from farmers and opposition parties to agree to amend a controversial section of a recent ordinance on sugarcane pricing. Pricing issues in the sugar industry involving the cane growers, ...

Leader Page Articles
The autonomous jihad in America
By Praveen Swami

Once distant enemies now pose a real threat to the U.S. at home.

News Analysis
A year after Mumbai: the global battle of ideas
By Frédéric Grare

Neither India nor its partners put up the kind of intellectual fight necessary to counter the pernicious arguments that turned the victim into a part-culprit.

Unofficial Afghan militias forming to fight Taliban
By Dexter Filkins

American and Afghan officials have begun helping a number of anti-Taliban militias that have independently taken up arms against insurgents in several parts of Afghanistan, prompting hopes of a large-scale tribal rebellion against the Taliban. ...

Slow pace in the Senate
By Carl Hulse

When Senator Harry Reid, the Democratic leader, heard a few weeks ago that the House took less than an hour to unanimously approve an unemployment bill that had languished for a month in the Senate, aides said he did not know whether to laugh or ...

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Revival of Indian agriculture needs media intervention
Professor M.S. Swaminathan's outspoken advocacy of the need for a second Green Revolution to put Indian agriculture back on track with spirited support from the media, which was dealt with in this column last week, has struck a chord with a cross ...




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