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    Taking the plunge from the brink
    By splitting the Congress and forming a new outfit, the National Congress (Indira), the former Kerala Chief Minister, K. Karunakaran, has taken his decade-long factional war within the State unit to its logical conclusion. The breaking away of ...

    India and Bangladesh must talk it out
    The killing of a Border Security Force officer by the Bangladesh Rifles on the Tripura border is a reminder that India's relations with its eastern neighbour demand urgent attention. Bangladesh has expressed regret over the incident, but the ...

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    Presidents face hard work in Moscow
    By Alexander Konovalov

    Presidents Vladimir Putin and George Bush have a range of sticky issues to sort out at their upcoming summit.

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    A gut punch to the middle
    By Paul Krugman

    BY NOW, every journalist should know that you have to carefully check out any scheme coming from the White House. You can't just accept the administration's version of what it's doing. Remember, these are the people who named a big giveaway to ...

    Religions as works of art
    By Dylan Evans

    Not believing in God is no excuse for being virulently anti-religious or naively pro-science.

    Remembering them on Press Freedom Day
    There have been hundreds of unresolved murders of journalists in their line of duty around the world in the last decade. Here are details of a few of the instances, as compiled by the World Association of Newspapers to mark World Press Freedom Day, M ay 3:

    Who owns groundwater?
    By T.N. Narasimhan

    Water should be held in public trust for the benefit of society at large.

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