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Cautiously optimistic
The Economic Survey 2010-11 is positive on the macroeconomy without glossing over the challenges. The economy's resilience is seen in its ability to withstand two shocks in quick succession. The ripple effects of the global economic crisis ...

Cutting plastic waste
The Plastic Waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 2011 notified by the Ministry of Environment and Forests, should be viewed by State governments and municipal authorities as a good blueprint for a much-needed civic clean-up. The Central ...

Leader Page Articles
Libya: in the throes of change
By Atul Aneja

Muammar Qadhafi no longer has influential friends within and outside the country who can bail him out. The question now is how will he go, and what will replace him?

News Analysis
Fertilizer subsidy: what is good for the farmer and the farm?
By Raghuvansh Prasad Singh

Is the chemical fertilizer-based food production system sustainable? As a result, what happens to the soil and the larger issue of food security?

The quality of mercy
By V.R. Krishna Iyer

Every instance of criticism that seeks to expose a government's operation against the people and their liberties is not a bid to overthrow it. That is not sedition but a patriotic mission on account of public commitment.

Taliban bet on fear over force as a tactic
By Alissa J. Rubin

This year the spring offensive by the Taliban and other insurgent groups has a new and terrifying face: the insurgents are using suicide bombers who create high casualties to sow terror and are planning an assassination campaign as well, ...

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Nalanda revival: why this media apathy?
How an exciting international project of rebuilding a great ancient Indian university, which was destroyed 800 years ago, could not inspire the Indian news media to any great extent is a matter of surprise and concern. Nobel Laureate ...




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