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Murky IPL games
The Indian Premier League is an ingeniously conceived and spectacularly executed show. It features genuine sporting skills along with elements of the burlesque. Now into its third edition, it has acquired not just a mass following but also new ...

Another policy dilemma
The Reserve Bank of India is confronted with a new policy dilemma on the eve of its scheduled unveiling of the annual credit and monetary policy statement on April 20. Monetary policy has for long tried to balance the imperative of maintaining ...

Leader Page Articles
Hamid Karzai's reconciliation strategy
By M.K. Bhadrakumar

To what extent the U.S. and the U.K. are acting in concert with Pakistan to sabotage Hamid Karzai's initiative is difficult to judge but all three protagonists seem to be on the same side.

Op-Ed
Testing out Gandhi-style protest
Palestinians had a “bad impression” of non-violent resistance, which had become associated with pacifism and concessions to Israel. Not anymore.

On the frontline of the Colombian drugs war
Production is down in the world's biggest cocaine-producing country. Ten years ago, Colombia churned out almost 1,000 tonnes of cocaine annually, now it is down to less than 300 tonnes. “It's still one of our country's biggest ...

How easy is it to buy endangered species? Very
From Burmese pythons to pygmy marmosets, there is a roaring illegal trade in animals online. A recent convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species found one rare species — the Kaiser's spotted newt (an orange and black ...

Zimbabwe's story is much deeper
The country has made huge progress in education, equality and inter-ethnic harmony.

Congo: report shows rape is widespread
Sexual violence has become increasingly pervasive in the east of the Democratic Republic of the Congo where rape has risen 17-fold in the past few years, says a report released on Thursday by Oxfam. Armed groups including the army and ...

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