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Far from inspiring
In any reasonable reckoning, the outcome of the Copenhagen climate summit falls far short of what the nations of the world, particularly the industrialised countries, absolutely need to do to combat global warming. The Copenhagen Accord, the ...

Narrow vision
If Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee’s white paper is to be taken as her “Vision 2020” document, there are no real insights into what she envisages for the Railways. The aim, unfortunately, seems to be to detract from the ...

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Singing the enemy’s song
By Praveen Swami

Deceit, double-cross and the intelligence war against Islamist terrorism.

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A long and mostly lonely battle for reordering Pakistan
For Mubashir Hasan — anti-NRO petitioner and a former Bhutto aide — the struggle for a just Pakistan is not over yet.

No guarantees for work in Melghat
It was a night out under the stars. These were not city slickers but a group of villagers from Salona. On the way down from Chikhaldhara hill station in Amravati district, the darkness of the cold night is lit by small fires. Groups of people ...

An act with teeth, but of no use in protecting the weak
One reason the police and revenue officials assign for the ever-rising incidence of violence against Dalits and tribal folk is the ‘inadequacy’ of existing laws against atrocities. This is far from true. In fact, the Scheduled ...

Lift forecast as U.S. census bureau hires for 2010
It will also put money in millions of pockets and create a well-timed economic spark.

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