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Deft move
China's move to introduce flexibility in the exchange rate policy of its currency, the yuan, is good news for the world economy. While financial markets around the world moved up sharply on hopes of a more competitive trade, it would be ...

Behind Rigi's hanging
It is too early to say if the hanging of Abdolmalek Rigi by Iran spells the end of its troubles in the Sistan-Balochistan province. But it does offer Pakistan an opportunity to shut the door on at least one extremist outfit for good. Rigi led ...

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REALITY CHECK
China, Pakistan and the NSG
By Siddharth Varadarajan

Rather than objecting to what it can't prevent, India should back a nuclear deal for Pakistan structured around a package of non-proliferation commitments.

Op-Ed
An epigraphic perspective on the antiquity of Tamil
The legend that Sanskrit and Tamil emerged from the two sides of the damaru (drum) of Shiva says it all — the immemorial antiquity and the equal divine status accorded in our tradition to the two languages recognised as Classical. And ...

Descartes letter exists, therefore it is found
Letter stolen by a 19th-century book thief had been gathering dust in a U.S. college.

Snapshot affair: the enduring power of the Polaroid
The Polaroid camera ought to be remembered as a powerful tool for photographic artists.

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Corrections and clarifications
A sentence in the first paragraph of “Monsoon drama” (Editorial, June 21, 2010) was “There was much relief when the India Meteorological Department announced that the cooling rains of the monsoon had reached Kerala on March ...

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