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Unlikely friends
The euphoria in the United Progressive Alliance camp over the defeat of the Opposition-sponsored cut motions in the Lok Sabha is belied by the numbers: 289 for the government and 201 against. Exclude the Bahujan Samaj Party's 21 MPs — ...

Greece is not alone
Greece has confirmed its expected request to the European Union and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a bailout of €45 billion as initial assistance in its economic crisis. Athens will have to pay out on bonds worth about ...

Leader Page Articles
Towards a true Constitutional Court
By K.K. Venugopal

The creation of four regional Courts of Appeal as final appellate courts, while restricting the Supreme Court of India to its true function as a Constitutional Court, has become imperative.

Op-Ed
The life and death of Sendero Luminoso
India needs to reflect on the lessons from Peru's murderous Maoist war, which claimed 70,000 lives.

Why the U.S. wants to silence Noriega
The former Panamanian dictator is a reminder of U.S. interventionism in Central America.

At long last, a firm step forward
The meeting in Bhutan between the two Prime Ministers has opened a path, but India and Pakistan are not out of the woods yet.

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The eleventh paragraph of an article “From Third World to New South” (Editorial page, April 28, 2010) described Miguel Jorge to be Brazil's Planning Minister. A reader said that Miguel Jorge is Brazil's Trade and Industry ...

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