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Afghan war exposed
The governments of the United States and the United Kingdom have reacted with predictable shock and dismay to the appearance on the non-profit website WikiLeaks of some 92,000 U.S. military documents on the calamitous war in Afghanistan. ...

Sun power
When Andre Borschberg recently piloted Solar Impulse HB-SIA to a smooth landing at an airfield near Bern in Switzerland, he did what almost everyone believed to be impossible — fly a manned aircraft using only solar power through the ...

Leader Page Articles
Looking back at the Indo-Sri Lanka Accord
By R. Hariharan

A post-LTTE look at the fallout of the 1987 agreement that led to India's direct involvement in the counter-insurgency operation in Sri Lanka.

News Analysis
The road to Jagargunda
By Aman Sethi

For the CRPF in Dantewada, deployment has become an end in itself.

Big business lives by different rules
By Kevin Connolly

When big business is in a hole, it calls in the advertising department and the image consultants to strategise. Their job is to persuade the public that the hole is a three-dimensional, subterranean creative resource and the shovel you were ...

More troops for Somalia, but no peace to keep
By Jeffrey Gettleman— New York Times News Service

No amount of outside firepower has brought the country to heel.

Corrections and Clarifications
* * Tuberculosis is not a vector-borne disease and is transmitted by the respiratory route. The second paragraph of a report “Centre finalising urban health mission” (July 25, 2010) had the detail “vector-borne diseases like ...

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