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The FIFA family
A fourth four-year term for 75-year-old Sepp Blatter as president of FIFA, Federation Internationale de Football Association, was not only a vote for continuity. It was also a mandate for reform of world football's governing body. The election ...

A journalist is silenced
The killing of Syed Saleem Shahzad is brutal confirmation that Pakistan is the world's most hazardous place for journalists. According to the United States-based Committee to Protect Journalists, in the nine years since the abduction and ...

Leader Page Articles
Freedom of the press and journalistic ethics
By Markandey Katju

Freedom is important, so is responsibility. In countries like India, the media have a responsibility to fight backward ideas such as casteism and communalism, and help the people fight poverty and other social evils.

News Analysis
The story that killed Saleem Shahzad
By Suhasini Haidar

The Pakistani journalist had been reporting on jihadism in the Pakistani military.

Food crisis? We've enough on our plates
By Tim Lang

Yes, food prices are rising but more competition is not the answer — it's time to stop over-consumption.

Brazil, after a long battle, approves an Amazon dam
By Alexei Barrionuevo

Brazil's environmental agency gave final approval on Wednesday, June 1, for a giant hydroelectric power plant in the Amazon rain forest that has been at the centre of a protracted battle between the government and environmentalists over the ...

E.coli outbreak: Spain to seek compensation
Spain's Prime Minister hit out at the European Commission and Germany on June 2 for singling out the country's produce as a possible source of a deadly bacterial outbreak in Europe, and said the government would demand explanations and ...

Corrections and Clarifications
In the Sports Page report, “Waqar hails Pakistan's good job” (June 1, 2011), it was mentioned that 2011 World Cup would be restricted to Test-playing nations. The correct edition is 2015 and not 2011. The name of ...

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