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Protect archaeology
The ongoing excavation of the 2300-year old Avenue of Sphinxes in Luxor, Egypt is an instructive example of what can go wrong when short-term tourism interests set the agenda for archaeology. Since the 5th century CE, the 2.7 km-long ...

Landmark judgment
Who owns your genes? Among others, medical diagnostics companies, which — in certain cases, along with universities — exercise tight control over them. Nearly 20 per cent of the human genome is already patented. But in a recent ...

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Pakistan: perceptions, prejudices & policies
By Chinmaya R. Gharekhan

Pakistan is not at all unhappy with the present situation; if talks take place, it wins, if they don't, India is on the defensive.

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OUT OF LONDON
“Modern” Tories are a one-man band, say voters
When the Tories start disowning Margaret Thatcher and take to quoting Gandhi, as David Cameron did last week to pep up his party's election campaign, you can tell they are in trouble and desperate. And it is easy to see why. Three weeks ...

Corrections and Clarifications
* * The heading of a report (April 12, 2010, page 1) was “Nations mull plan to tighten security of nuclear materials”. It's “mull over”. * * In a report “Binayak Sen condemns Dantewada massacre” (April ...

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‘A ceasefire will create conducive atmosphere for talks'
In an exclusive interview to The Hindu, Azad, Spokesperson of the Communist Party of India (Maoist), answers in writing questions on his party's attitude to dialogue with the Union government.




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