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The Emperor of Clay
Considered by many to be the greatest clay-court tennis player of all time, Rafael Nadal strengthened his case after winning his sixth French Open and tying Bjorn Borg, his only rival for the title. The two champions share several traits. Much ...

Sound policy shift
The Uttar Pradesh government's new land acquisition policy, announced in the face of farmers' protests and impending elections, is a significant improvement over existing practices. It is sounder than the amendments to the central Act proposed ...

Leader Page Articles
Pakistan: shakier than ever before
By Anita Joshua

Questions are being asked about the choices Pakistan has made over the past several decades, bringing it to the point where its very existence as a functional state stands threatened.

Op-Ed
THE PAKISTAN CABLES
China's ‘hold' stopped designation of LeT, Jaish leaders
CHENNAI: Why did China place a “technical hold” on an Indian request to impose sanctions of three high-ranking Pakistan-based operatives of the Laskhar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed? A confidential cable ( 221726) dated August ...

Universities are all ‘internationalising' now


Blogger turns saviour for Philippine school children
Dozens of dirt-poor children in a Philippine mangrove village no longer have to swim to school, straining to hold their books above the water. A blogger who learned how children from Layag-layag village struggled to reach school raised ...

‘Creating Baba Ramdev': a clarification
S. Gurumurthy writes with reference to the news report “Creating Baba Ramdev” by Smita Gupta published in The Hindu, issue dated June 6, 2011: It is true that Baba Ramdev had sought my help and advice on the issue of fighting ...

Corrections an Clarifications
* * A sentence in the news report, “Baba Ramdev caught on the wrong foot” (June 5, 2011), said: “For good measure, Mr. Sibal said that while the government knew how to “reach out,” it also knew how to “ ...

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