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A lesson in justice for Chhattisgarh
In granting bail to Binayak Sen, the doctor who was convicted earlier this year by a trial court in Chhattisgarh, the Supreme Court has sent a clear message to the lower judiciary and law enforcement agencies throughout the country: the charge ...

Unlocking Mercury's secrets
After a voyage of nearly eight billion kilometres that took over six and a half years, the Messenger spacecraft has settled down to its task of scientifically surveying Earth's enigmatic sibling, the planet Mercury. Recently, the American ...

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Road map for a two-state solution
By Chinmaya R. Gharekhan

The international community must offer the Israelis and Palestinians a set of principles to reach a compromise. India can and should take the lead in promoting such an approach.

News Analysis
Libya: U.S. and allies seek a refuge for Qadhafi
By David E. Sanger and Eric Schmitt

The African Union has been quietly sounding out potential hosts.

Japanese nuclear clean-up plans hinge on unknowns
By Hiroko Tabuchi

The scale and complexity of the challenge is unprecedented.

Poverty among U.K. pupils increasing
By Jeevan Vasagar

Four in 10 staff at schools and colleges across England say poverty among their students has got worse since the recession began and that some parents can no longer afford to give their children breakfast, according to a survey by a teaching ...

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Media support crusade against corruption
There can be little question that the news media, print as well as television, have contributed significantly to bringing the issue of corruption to political India's centre stage. The focus on the corruption of elections through ‘cash ...




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