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Predicting the monsoon
How will the monsoon turn out? Not as well as previously thought appeared to be the answer when the India Meteorological Department (IMD) issued its updated seasonal forecast on Tuesday. Nevertheless, the data in the IMD's press release ...

Parrots or crows?
The impressive cognitive capability of parrots and corvids (crows, jays, ravens, and jackdaws) has been extensively documented in scientific literature. These two have a large brain relative to body size. Apparently, this is true of all ...

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Kashmir step by step: the next round of talks
By Suhasini Haidar

India needs to understand that the absence of violence in the Kashmir Valley is not peace, and that development and dignity for all Kashmiris go hand in hand. Pakistan must recognise that violence will never bring peace for Kashmiris, and will imperi l all Pakistanis.

News Analysis
Differences abound, both major and minor, in competing Lokpal drafts


The risks of leaving the Euro
By Jill Treanor

When the blueprint for the Euro was drawn up, leaving was not an option: there were no circumstances under which any member would ever want to leave and therefore no exit route. But the once unthinkable now looks entirely possible. Any ...

Corrections and Clarifications
In the caption of the front-page photograph titled “A river runs through it” (June 22, 2011), there was a reference to the Durgapur Barrage in West Bengal's West Midnapore district. Actually, Durgapur Barrage is in Bardhaman ...

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