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A government at last?
The decision of the Nepali Congress to withdraw Ram Chandra Poudel from the country's prime ministerial election is the first positive development in Nepal's long political deadlock. It is to be hoped that this will pave the way out of an ...

Tunisia's political crisis
Tunisia's President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali is facing the toughest test of his 23-year reign, with severe public unrest over rising food prices and unemployment as focal points. Protests have been intensifying since December 17, when police ...

Leader Page Articles
Nepal: beginning of the end?
By Prashant Jha

The exit of the United Nations Mission in Nepal tomorrow will create a vacuum for, there are no mutually acceptable alternative arrangements among the various actors on a range of issues.

News Analysis
Defending dissent and democracy
By Menaka Guruswamy

A tribute to K.G. Kannabiran, 1929-2010.

Boy, 13, the public face of Australian floods
By Alison Rourke and Sam Jones

Since they began their onslaught last month, the waters have killed 16 people across Queensland, tearing towns apart, destroying infrastructure and threatening the State's economy.

On 10th anniversary, Wikipedia aims for diversity
Wikipedia, the online trove of assorted facts and trivia, is trying to be more well rounded. As the encyclopedia nears its 10th birthday on January 15, its leaders are seeking a more diverse group of editors, specifically, women, people in ...

2010, a remarkable year in the annals of climatology
By Justin Gillis

New government figures for the global climate show that 2010 was the wettest year in the historical record, and it tied 2005 as the hottest year since record-keeping began in 1880. The new figures confirm that 2010 will go down as one of ...

Corrections and Clarifications
* * Education was wrongly referred to as a State subject in the news report, “State government to blame for poor education, health system in U.P.” (January 12, 2011). Education is in the Concurrent List. * * An error crept ...

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