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Editorials
Eliminating endosulfan
The decision of the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants to include the pesticide endosulfan in the list of chemicals scheduled for elimination at the global level is a positive step. For the controversial insecticide to be ...

Freeing the savings bank rate
A Reserve Bank of India discussion paper has come out in favour of deregulating the interest rate on savings deposit, the only deposit interest rate that is still administered by the RBI; it has remained unchanged at 3.5 per cent since March ...

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A victory for Barack Obama
By Jonathan Freedland

No trophy mattered more to American public opinion. As the perpetrator of the most lethal terrorist attack on U.S. soil, Osama bin Laden was a national hate figure, viscerally loathed.

News Analysis
How U.S. zeroed in on its enemy No. 1
By Helene Cooper, Mark Mazzetti & Peter Baker

The U.S. commandos found bin Laden on the third floor, wearing a shalwar kameez, and officials said he resisted before he was shot above the left eye near the end of the 40-minute raid.

Al-Qaeda is not dead
By Simon Jenkins

Ten years of ‘war on terror' have devastated Afghanistan. All its people want is peace. Will they get it at last?

Voice recorder for 2009 Air France crash found
French investigators on May 3 recovered the cockpit voice recorder from an Air France flight that plunged into the Atlantic Ocean almost two years ago, killing all 228 people on board. The machine that records cockpit conversations was ...

Corrections and clarifications
The editorial, “What ails public health research?” (May 2, 2011), wrongly gave the expansion of “DOTS” as Directly Observed Treatment Strategy. The correct expansion is Directly Observed Treatment Short ...

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