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Spare a thought for cricket's fans
The rumble of discontent near ticket counters at cricketing venues across India has reached a tipping point during this World Cup. The unseemly incident at Bangalore's Chinnaswamy Stadium where the police were forced to intervene after a ...

The King rules the Oscars
To no one's surprise, The King's Speech swept the major categories at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards. Crafted with a faultless restraint, the emotionally compelling story about the battle of Prince Albert (later King George VI) to overcome a ...

Leader Page Articles
Qadhafi, Obama & our Gandhian legacy
By M.K. Bhadrakumar

What is disconcerting is that the Indian government has begun echoing the Obama administration's rhetoric on Libya.

News Analysis
Budget 2011: unjust, inequitable, morally wrong
By S. Gurumurthy

How could the percentage of fiscal deficit have come down?

In U.S.-Libya nuclear deal, a Qadhafi threat faded away
By David E. Sanger

In late 2009 the Obama administration was leaning on Col. Muammar el-Qadhafi and his son, Seif, to allow the removal from Libya of the remnants of the country's nuclear weapons programme: casks of highly enriched uranium. Meeting with ...

A chance discovery in New Zealand earthquake
The New Zealand earthquake has exposed potentially historic documents hidden inside a 19th century statue that toppled in the disaster. Christchurch Major Bob Parker said on March 1 that a handwritten parchment in a bottle and a sealed ...

The architect of perestroika, at 80
By Vladimir Radyuhin

The former President, Mikhail Gorbachev, has been lauded in the West for ushering in reforms but criticised in Russia for presiding over the fall of the Soviet Union.

Gas shortage looms in Ivory Coast, crisis deepens
Ivory Coast's government is banning residents from filling jerrycans with petrol as fears of a shortage grow amid the deepening political crisis. Motorists in Abidjan, on March 1, rushed to fill up their tanks, then went home to siphon ...

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