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Heed the call
There are many questions that demand clear and truthful answers in the 2G spectrum allocation controversy. With one political storm following another, and the opposition parties making Parliament dysfunctional on this issue, A. Raja, the man ...

Treasure trove
Drifting at a rate of 20 cm a year for 100 million years after splitting from Gondwana, the Indian subcontinent was separated geographically from the rest of the landmass till it collided with Asia 50 million years ago. Any landmass that is ...

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Myanmar at the crossroads, again
By Rajiv Bhatia

Myanmar needs cooperation, not confrontation, between the military and political forces represented by Aung San Suu Kyi. It may not entirely be a coincidence that her release has come between the end of polling and the forthcoming announcement of res ults.

News Analysis
The relevance of tolerance
By Pranay Gupte

The international community needs to produce culturally viable solutions to the insidious problem of intolerance.

Fulbright Programme: fostering Indo-U.S. ties
By Adam J. Grotsky

By the exchange of students and scholars, the Fulbright Scholarship Programme creates vital links between the two countries.

Mining threat to Afghan Buddhist treasures
By Jon Boone

For almost 2,000 years a monastery has perched on a rocky outcrop amid the khaki moonscape of Aynak in Afghanistan. In its heyday a pair of mighty turrets towered over an affluent community of monks who exploited local copper deposits and ...

Get happy! U.K. to measure national wellbeing
British officials said on Monday they will start measuring national wellbeing in addition to gauging more traditional data like income levels and fear of crime. The new plan is part of an attempt to measure national happiness levels that ...

Corrections and clarifications
The Mumbai datelined report, “After RTI revelations, new CM may return flat” (November 13, 2010), said RTI activist Anil Galgali “has been filing RTI applications for a while now, and has totted up 500 requests since ...

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