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All set for the fight
By taking three weeks for their pre-electoral exertions such as cobbling together alliances and identifying seats and candidates, political parties in Tamil Nadu have taken up half the time the Election Commission of India gave them to face a ...
Saleh tries to hang on
President Ali Abdullah Saleh, the strongman who has ruled Yemen for 32 years, is resisting all demands by a growingly popular opposition coalition, the Joint Meeting Parties (JMP), to step down immediately. Following the death of 52 people in ...
Leader Page Articles
Odyssey Dawn, a Homeric tragedy
By Siddharth Varadarajan
Two games of domino are under way in West Asia and North Africa, one of mass struggle against U.S.-backed regimes, the other of military intervention aimed at co-opting or defeating the popular revolts.
‘India wary of image of U.S. officials tramping around head of state's plane'
Foreign Secretary Shivshankar Menon thought presentation of inspection regime needed rewriting
Text of EUM note, initialled on May 29, 2008
“Pursuant to section 40A of the Arms Export Control Act (AECA), as amended, the USG will accomplish end-use monitoring for the defense articles and defense services transferred in this Letter of Offer and Acceptance (LOA) as set forth in ...
A command post in the air
The three Boeing 737-7HI(BBJ)s are some of the Indian Air Force's newest acquisitions, marking a new phase of a developing relationship with the United States in the fields of civil and military aviation. The aircraft, christened ...
South and West the best; rest holding India back
Chidambaram's views on politics, economy
American prescription for ending Naxalite menace
Shekhawat visit ‘PR victory' for Myanmar junta
MUMBAI: The U.S. Embassy in Yangon saw a visit by Bhairon Singh Shekhawat to Myanmar from November 2 to 5, 2003 as “a domestic public relations success for the Burmese regime.” The visit brought gains for the State Peace and ...
Mumbai consulate advised pulling up Hyatt Dubai for hosting Dawood family wedding
CHENNAI: Outraged that an “American branded” hotel chain hosted Dawood Ibrahim's daughter's wedding party, a worked-up United States Consulate in Mumbai sent a strong cable to Washington suggesting that the parent corporation be ...
Corrections and Clarifications
Arab league has 22 members and not 23 members as mentioned in the Editorial, “Obama in Bush's footsteps” (March 22, 2011). If the suspension of Libya last month is taken into account it is 21 now. Sheikh Hamad Bin Isa ...
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