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Trying to change
At the Bharatiya Janata Party's National Council meet at Indore, the new man in, Nitin Gadkari, scored high on style quotient. Summing up the mood were the lyrics from an old Bollywood song to which he swayed: life is a puzzle; it makes you ...

Fingerprinting history
Even ancient history does not stand still. Many of history's secrets lie locked inside the human genome. DNA studies have revealed patterns of early human migration around the world. They have shown that all of us probably descended some ...

Leader Page Articles
Was Indian nationalism inclusive?
By K.N. Panikkar

One of the weaknesses of the national movement was that it did not have an effective programme to ensure the inclusion of the depressed and socially excluded classes into the nation.

News Analysis
‘Price rise inevitable' – adding salt to the wounds
By Brinda Karat

A comparison of the consumer price index of the G-20 group of countries in December 2009 shows that India has the highest annual consumer price inflation.

OUR OF LONDON
How real is British outrage over “killer” passports?
By Hasan Suroor

It was billed as the moment when, we were told, Britain would read out the riot act to Israel over Mossad's suspected link to the abuse of British passports by the killers of Hamas commander, Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, in Dubai last month. But ...

Ministry guidelines on conference and tourist visas
Ashim Khurana, Joint Secretary (Foreigners), Ministry of Home Affairs, writes: I invite attention to the article ‘Policing thought, not controlling terror' (Feb. 22, 2010). I am afraid that the report is based on considerable ...

Corrections and Clarifications
The last paragraph of a report “U.K.-Israel tensions grow” (“International” page, February 19, 2010) was “Britain is among the 11 European countries whose forged passports were used by Mahmoud's ...

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