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Editorials
In defence of PDS
The central vigilance committee led by retired Justice D. P. Wadhwa, which was established by the Supreme Court of India to monitor its orders in the PIL on the right to food, has come out with a strong indictment of the public distribution ...

Agenda for road safety
The resolution passed by the United Nations General Assembly urging all nations to launch a decade of action on road safety from 2011 resonates with India's vulnerable road users. The Global Status Report on Road Safety, published by the World ...

Leader Page Articles
Some tasks before the Indian nation
By V.R. Krishna Iyer

A universally accessible democratic system that can deliver justice in an inexpensive manner and can ensure early finality is one of the essential prerequisites today for India.

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The nowhere people
The plight of the people caught between the embankments of the Kosi river.

When couples fight on Facebook
What is the sound of an awkward silence on Facebook? If you have to ask, then you probably don't have friends like James Gower and Ashley Andrews, high school sweethearts from Spring, Texas, who are both 22 and engaged to be married this ...

The Ramayana for our times
Some professional writers — particularly journalists — will tell you that writing is a breeze. All you need to do is get your facts straight through relentless reporting, sit in front of your computer, and the words will flow. ...

Eastern Europe, Central Asia warned of energy crunch
Eastern Europe and Central Asia may face an energy crunch by 2030 due to rising consumption unless massive investments are made to unlock capacity, the World Bank has warned in a report released here on Thursday. “The outlook for ...

Corrections and Clarifications
>>A sentence in the fifth paragraph of a report “Hits & misses in Padma awards” (March 17, 2010) said that Bikas Chandra Sinha was conferred the Padma Vibhushan for Science and Engineering. It should have been the Padma

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