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People before profits
If there is a single conclusion the Ministry of Environment and Forests can arrive at based on the report of the four-member committee led by Planning Commission member N.C. Saxena on the proposed open cast mining in Orissa's forested ...

Tighter guidelines
The Reserve Bank of India's discussion paper on entry of new banks in the private sector collates various, often conflicting, views on what is turning out to be a key aspect of banking policy and financial sector reform. It also brings up to ...

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A Peepli Live Independence Day
By Vidya Subrahmaniam

India's “fantastic” growth story and the concerns and struggles of the ordinary people increasingly seem like parallel tracks.

Op-Ed
Obama and Indian industry: navigating tough waters
Sections of Indian industry are deeply unhappy with U.S. intransigence on a range of issues at the very heart of their operations.

At world's biggest fair, India misses an opportunity
This week, officials in Shanghai will press for market access for Indian companies. Yet, India's pavilion at the World Expo has done little to promote the effort.

Getting them to eat with ‘produce prescriptions'
It's a novel way to get kids to eat fruits and vegetables: pretend they're medicine. Three Massachusetts health centres have begun issuing “produce prescriptions” — coupons to low-income families worth $1 per day per family ...

U.S. lawyer pushed up Blair's publishing deal
I still blame him for Iraq, says bereaved mother.

News Analysis
Corrections and Clarifications
* * The report under the heading, “Honour for artists” (Friday Review supplement, Chennai, August 13, 2010), said the Sangeetha Kala Acharya award was presented to Dr. Radha Venkatachalam. It should have been Aacharya Choodamani ...

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