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Editorials
Why exports need to be robust
The robust export performance in February is attributed primarily to the rebound in demand in the U.S. and a few other advanced economies. According to figures released by the Commerce Ministry, exports grew by nearly 50 per cent over February ...

Contrasting elections
Niger and Ivory Coast provide a stark contrast in responses to democratic voting. They also pose problems for globalisation theory. Niger's presidential election has been acclaimed as peaceful, free, and fair by 2,000 observers from the ...

Leader Page Articles
How India kept pressure off Sri Lanka
By Nirupama Subramanian

In the final stages of the war with the LTTE, New Delhi played all sides but discouraged international attempts to halt the operations.

Op-Ed
U.S. was alarmed by growing flak for India's Iran nuclear vote
‘We have made it clear that dallying with Iran puts civil nuclear deal at risk.'

A quiet India-Pakistan meeting on 26/11?
CHENNAI: Pakistan and India cooperated in the 2008 Mumbai attack investigations far more than they publicly disclosed. India suspended the Composite Dialogue after the 26/11 attacks and dismissed the Pakistan proposal for a joint ...

Satellite launch in India torpedoes Italy-U.S. relations
CHENNAI: The launch of the Italian satellite AGILE on board an Indian-built rocket from Sriharikota threw U.S.-Italian relations out of kilter in 2007, after the U.S. maintained that Italy had re-exported classified U.S. defence technology to ...

Rahul to ensure family ties won't matter in politics
He told diplomat about adopting new model of candidate selection across the country.

News Analysis
Corrections and Clarifications
* * The news item, “DMRC structures can stand quakes up to 7.5 on Richter scale” (March 15, 2011, some editions), said: “The Delhi Metro has designed its structure to stand earthquakes up to 7.5 on Richter scale and has ...

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