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Say no to RTI amendments
Central Information Commissioner Shailesh Gandhi recently took the extraordinary step of unilaterally releasing the minutes of the October 14, 2009 meeting between Union Minister Prithviraj Chavan and Central and State Information ...
India's hockey future
In three decades, India has not seen any success at the highest level of its ‘national game.' The euphoria that followed a win over Pakistan in the ongoing World Cup tournament in Delhi was short-lived. The host crashed to three ...
Leader Page Articles
Erosion of federal space in education
By M.A. Baby
The Central government is implementing reforms unilaterally, as though education is in the Union List. This infringes the federal spirit of the Constitution and the objective of promoting harmony in variety.
Encore for the old Obama magic
By Narayan Lakshman
Should Obama seek to go toe-to-toe with would-be maligners across the aisle? Or, should he retreat once again to his role as a thoughtful yet hesitant President?
Rural health: to tinker or transform?
By K.S. Jacob
The poor health indices and health care in rural India have always been met with lofty ideals sans action; they demand urgent and radical solutions.
Online ad spend set to overtake print
By Mercedes Bunz
In September 2009 it was announced that the U.K. was the first major economy where advertisers spent more on internet advertising than on TV advertising, with a record £1.75 billion online spent in the first six months of 2009. Now, ...
OUT OF LONDON
Do British Asians really need a separate radio station?
By Hasan Suroor
Some six years ago, on a cold and wet November morning a group of bleary-eyed London-based journalists , mostly from India and Pakistan, were bussed to Birmingham to be briefed about the BBC's revamped Asian Network, a digital radio channel ...
Palestinians lose confidence in Obama: poll
An absolute majority of Palestinians lost confidence in the credibility of U.S. President Barack Obama's efforts to settle the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, a poll said on Wednesday. Only eight per cent of the 1,200 people surveyed ...
Corrections and clarifications
The caption of the photograph that went with a report “India takes a giant leap for womankind” (March 9, 2010, page 1) incorrectly described Najma Heptulla to be the former Rajya Sabha Chairman. A number of readers point out that ...
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