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SEBI gets it right
The Securities and Exchange Board of India must be commended for making it mandatory for media companies to disclose their stake, where such exists, in companies they write about. SEBI has been particularly wary of the system of ‘private ...
Unrelenting focus on inflation
The Reserve Bank of India's annual report for 2009-10 focusses on the interlinked nature of the current macroeconomic challenges and the policy actions, particularly on the food inflation front. Following the global crisis, economic growth in ...
Leader Page Articles
Kashmir: youth bulge, peace deficit
By Praveen Swami
The foundations of an abiding peace will be laid not by words but sickles and hammers; by concrete and steel.
A new wave of dissent in Japan
By Martin Fackler
The groups are openly anti-foreign and unafraid to win attention.
U.N. report on Congo killings questions genocide accounts
By Howard W. French
Says international courts would need to rule on individual cases.
Nuremberg law papers go to U.S. archives
By Chris McGreal
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