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No doubting, Thomas should go
It is a matter of regret that P.J. Thomas has chosen not to do the decent thing given the murky circumstances — put in his papers. The Chief Vigilance Commissioner (CVC) may have got a breather with the Supreme Court posting to January ...
Jobs for the millions
The recent findings by the Labour Bureau's Employment and Unemployment Survey (2009-10) provide timely pointers to the manner in which liberalising India's workforce is coping with the changing times. The survey gives a snapshot of the ...
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Understanding what young Kashmiris want
By Nirupama Subramanian
What azadi actually means beyond “freedom” is not always clear to everyone, and perhaps this is where an opportunity still remains for building bridges with Kashmir.
It's the establishment vs the web
By John Naughton
Western political elites obfuscate, lie and bluster — and when the veil of secrecy is lifted, they try to kill the messenger.
Training university administrators: should management schools do it?
By Philip G. Altbach
Efforts to educate academic leaders and university administrators on their jobs must take into account the nuances and values of academic life and institutions.
Getty Museum statue transfer ends Italy dispute
Italy's decade-old campaign to retrieve antiquities it says were illegally brought to California will end early next year. The J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles will return to Sicily a fifth century B.C. statue of the goddess ...
Standoff in Ivory Coast leads to fears of violence
By Adam Nossiter
Protesters burned tyres in the streets, angry residents spoke of arrests by government security forces, and the standoff between two rival governments continued here on December 6. Diplomats predicted that pressure would build on the ...
Mistletoe could vanish within 20 years
By Steven Morris
Conservationists have warned that mistletoe, favourite plant both of pagans and stealers of Christmas kisses, could vanish from the U.K.'s halls and doorways within 20 years. The National Trust fears that the decline of traditional apple ...
Corrections and clarifications
The news report, “Nothing wrong if PM appears before JPC” (December 7, 2010), wrongly listed Rashtriya Janata Dal among those parties that were to stage a demonstration on the Parliament premises. It should have been Rashtriya Lok ...
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