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Al-Qaeda alive
Ten years after 9/11, al-Qaeda has been destroyed by the hideous violence it unleashed. Key leaders have been killed, the organisation's fighting capabilities degraded, its financial infrastructure demolished. In western Asia, democratic ...

Shed DRS-phobia
The position of the Board for Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) on the Decision Review System (DRS) is not merely untenable; it's arrogant and autocratic. The timing of its rejection of the use of DRS for the series in England shows as much. ...

Leader Page Articles
Is the government serious about dealing with corruption?
By Team Anna

The Lokpal is designed to be a comprehensive anti-corruption institution independent of the government, empowered to effectively investigate corruption of all public servants. But most of the critical elements in this vision have been rejected.

News Analysis
The price he paid to expose underworld
“You fought for others' rights. Now who will fight for you?” screamed in grief Beena, the mother of Jyotirmoy Dey, Editor, Crime Investigation, Mid-Day, who was shot dead by a gang of four from the underworld on June 11 in Mumbai ( ...

Al-Qaeda woes fuel talk of speeding Afghan pullback
By Mark Landler and Helene Cooper



Aung San Suu Kyi's unhappy birthday
By Waihnin Pwint Thon

The opposition leader is free, but ‘Myanmar's new dictatorship is torturing and killing civilians.'

30 per cent increase in food prices predicted by 2021
By Rupert Neate

Soaring food prices ‘will be devastating for the world's poor.'

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