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Vital accord for Palestine
The intra-Palestinian reconciliation accord signed in Cairo on May 4 is a significant achievement and therefore a cause for measured celebration. Signed in the presence of Palestinian Authority President, Mahmoud Abbas, who belongs to Fatah, ...

Rethinking inclusive growth
Unlike in past decades, when governments had a larger role as economic players, national development plans now are set against the backdrop of the state's gradual withdrawal from economic activities. Flowing from this shift is the need for the ...

Leader Page Articles
When the margins move to the Centre
By P. Sainath

Why a single bypoll in Andhra Pradesh has gained national significance and could affect the government at the Centre.

News Analysis
What makes a writer relevant?
By William Radice

Pious speeches and reflections on Rabindranath Tagore's ideas and ideals are all very well, but what ultimately makes him relevant is the power of his art.His sesquicentennial (150th) birth anniversary is being observed today.

In long pursuit of bin Laden, the raid that just missed
By Eric Schmitt and Thom Shanker

Before Sunday (May 1), the last time an American President thought he had Osama bin Laden in his sights was the late summer of 2007. Al-Qaeda and Taliban commanders, terrorist volunteers and insurgent foot soldiers would be meeting in ...

Nepal fights to save its pashmina industry
In the foothills of the Himalayas, they're fighting the battle of the pashmina. The enemy in this war — inexpensive, imitation pashmina wool mainly made in China and India that producers in Nepal say has caused their own sales to ...

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