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The best CBM yet
India and Pakistan have taken their re-engagement another commendable step forward with the meeting between the two Foreign Secretaries. Considering the difficulties in relations since the Mumbai 2008 attacks, each official interaction must be ...

Impact will be harsh and wide
It is easy to guess why the central government waited so long before increasing the retail price of diesel, LPG, and kerosene. These petroleum products are far more politically sensitive than petrol, the price of which was allowed to rise last ...

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A law that thwarts justice
By Prabha Sridevan

Section 15 of the Hindu Succession Act that determines the order of succession in the case of a Hindu woman who dies intestate should be amended for, it reflects an entrenched system of subjugation of women.

News Analysis
Urban partnerships for a sustainable future
By Noeleen Heyzer

Managing Asia's urban future was at the heart of discussions at the Fifth Asia-Pacific Urban Forum held in Bangkok recently.

U.S. releases graphic images to deter smokers
By Duff Wilson

The step is the first major change to warning labels in more than a quarter century.

Egypt's poorest — the revolution's real challenge
By Jack Shenker

Experts believe a sea change in social attitudes is needed if the gains won through the anti-Mubarak uprising are to be felt equally across Egyptian society.

EU scheme for small farmers
A European Union-supported scheme to introduce adaptive small-scale farming systems in Bangladesh, India and Nepal, is expected to benefit around 1,000 farmers in Nepal. The project was launched on June 25. “Research and ...

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