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The funding gap persists
Union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee has flagged an area of serious concern while speaking about the development of infrastructure. With just two years left in the current Five-Year Plan, he says that at the present flow of investment it ...
Reaching out to small investors
The government needs to draw the right lessons from the recently concluded public offer of the National Thermal Power Corporation, which is among the most valuable of government-owned companies. Its follow-on public offer of 412,273,220 equity ...
Leader Page Articles
Advertising, Bollywood, Corporate power
By P. Sainath
Issues today have to be dressed up in ways certified by the corporate media. They have to be justified not by their importance to the public but by their acceptability to the media, their owners and sponsors.
For Indo-Pakistan concord
The supreme act of patriotism for both Indians and Pakistanis will be to stop the confrontation between their two countries and establish just peace.
Walking free but frustrated
“Smoke has not stopped from the guns,” warns 22-year-old Chandra Bahadur Giri. “The revolution has not stopped yet and we have not forgotten how to use the guns,” he added, giving vent to his anger at a process that ...
Global meltdown wipes out Asia's gains
The global economic crisis has wiped out developing Asia's recent gains in poverty eradication as the meltdown is expected to have driven 21 million more people in the region into poverty. A joint report by the United Nations and the ...
World held hostage to weak U.S. policy
Climate policy is stymied by Barack Obama's weakness and Senate recalcitrance.
Big firms drop support
Barack Obama suffered a setback to his green energy agenda on Tuesday when three major corporations — including BP America — dropped out of a coalition of business groups and environmental organisations that had been pressing ...
Corrections and clarifications
The second paragraph of a report “A repository of seeds in the Himalayas” (February 17, 2010) was “Nestled 17,500 m high on a cliff top in the Himalayas, Chang-La has the sub zero temperatures and low humidity necessary to ...
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