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Editorials
Significance of Raja's arrest
The arrest of former Telecommunications Minister A. Raja by the Central Bureau of Investigation is a significant milestone in the ongoing criminal investigation into the trillion-rupee 2G spectrum allocation scam. After several rounds of ...

Out of Africa
Archaeological evidence in the form of stone tools discovered from Jebel Faya, a site close to Sharjah in United Arab Emirates and about 50 km from the Persian Gulf, suggests that modern humans migrated out of Africa 100,000 to 125,000 years ...

Leader Page Articles
An aam aadmi sarkar fights the poor
By Vidya Subrahmaniam

It is tragic that the same government that gives huge corporate concessions and loses money in corruption is fighting over minimum wages.

Op-Ed
Strategic thinker par excellence
Much more than a mere advocate of Indian nuclearisation, K. Subrahmanyam was instrumental in shaping the country's foreign and security policies in the post-Cold War world.

Engaging India's Far East
India can and should do more to ensure that its global view includes the Pacific island countries. Even a small increase in investments there could yield rich dividends.

Egyptian antiquities chief says sites largely secure
He dismisses the possibility of a situation similar to what happened in Afghanistan, Iraq.

‘Pirates torturing hostages'
Somali pirates are systematically torturing hostages and using them as human shields, the top commander of the European Union Naval Force said on February 1. Pirates have recently tied hostages upside down and dragged them in the sea, ...

News Analysis
Corrections and Clarifications
* * In the Sport Page report, “Misbah shines in Pakistan's narrow win” (February 2, 2011), the photo caption wrongly said Pakistan's Tanvir Ahmed was celebrating the fourth ODI win. It was Sohail Tanvir. * * ...

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