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Unpersuasive interaction
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's 70-minute interaction with editors of television channels, which was telecast live, is an event of some political significance. It has come at a time when the United Progressive Alliance government is besieged ...

Recovering Egypt's stolen antiquities
Egyptians who are looking to the future following their magnificent victory over a dictatorial and venal regime face many challenges. Among them is that of finding reliable ways to recover their past. When protesters were on the streets ...

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Accused without any evidence
By Vidya Subrahmaniam

Thanks to a Sessions Court judgment and a searing Minorities Commission report, we now know how young, innocent Muslim boys became accused in the Mecca Masjid terror case.

Op-Ed
Could revolution spread from Egypt to Pakistan?
The country is ripe for revolt, though it would mean ousting the army.

U.S. military interests at stake in Bahraini unrest
Unrest surging through the Arab world has so far taken no toll on the American military. But that could change if revolt washes over the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom of Bahrain, long-time home to the U.S. Navy's mighty 5th Fleet and arguably the ...

World Bank warns of soaring food prices
The spike is pushing millions more into poverty.

Rare earth shortage? Afghans think they can help
Amid surging demand for rare earth minerals used in everything from cell phones to gas-saving cars, Afghans are dreaming of cashing in on vast deposits they believe lie beneath their feet. The problem is that they are in one of the ...

Corrections and Clarifications
The news report, “IT Department rejects RTI query on ex-CJI's income details” (February 15, 2011) said: “Dr. Balachandran had sought from the [Income Tax] department certified copies of the income returns of Mr. ...

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‘U.K. universities lack focus on modern India'
An interview with Sunil Khilnani, who has been appointed director of a new ‘India Institute' set up by King's College London.




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