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Editorials
Census and caste
Should the Census of India 2011 be tasked with the collection of caste data, returning in a sense to the practice of the pre-Independence, colonial era? Let us start by recognising that the question is arguable. Opponents of caste enumeration ...

Sports Ministry on right track
Union Sports Minister M.S. Gill has done a real service to Indian sport by restoring a 35-year-old clause in the government guidelines dealing with the tenure of office-bearers of the National Sports Federations (NSFs) and the Indian Olympic ...

Leader Page Articles
Lula and the Brazilian moment
By Jorge Heine

Instead of caving in to the so-called imperatives of globalisation, as so many other developing nations have done, Lula has led Brazil to assert its autonomy and independence.

News Analysis
Mauritius elections hold promise for India
By Pranay Gupte

Prime Minister Ramgoolam's renewed mandate means India still has time to utilise the favourable political climate.

Kabul unveils plan to disarm militants
By Jon Boone

Deradicalisation and jobs on offer to ex-insurgents.

Legal battle over “da Vinci”
By Dalya Alberge

Auctioneers Christie's is facing a bitter compensation claim after a drawing it sold for £11,400 as a 19th-century German picture is claimed, actually, to be a 15th-century Leonardo da Vinci worth £100 million. The picture's ...

Corrections and Clarifications
* * It's judge M.L. Tahaliyani as given in a report “Kasab to be sentenced tomorrow” (May 5, 2010, page 1), and not M.L. Tahilayani as said in “Honourable verdict” (Editorial, May 4, 2010). * * The ...

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“The world acknowledges our fight against terrorism”
Interview with Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi.




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