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    Editorials
    Karzai's limitations rudely exposed
    Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai went to Washington believing he could assert a measure of independence. He believed his Government would gain some control over military operations conducted by the foreign forces in his country. He also ...

    Sunil Dutt, humanist and man of peace
    Not many individuals in public life are remembered for their integrity. Actor, humanist and politician Sunil Dutt, who passed away on Wednesday in Mumbai, was one such person. The much-loved Member of Parliament from Mumbai's northwest ...

    Leader Page Articles
    Mystery of the midnight decision
    By Vidya Subrahmaniam

    If Nitish Kumar did not have the numbers, he ought to have been exposed. The truth will now never be known.

    News Analysis
    Another move in the Great Game
    By Vladimir Radyuhin

    The BTC pipeline is part of a wider U.S. plan to isolate Russia.

    Bush's revenge
    By Sidney Blumenthal

    His dream of dominating every government institution in tatters, the U.S. President is already plotting his revenge.

    A chance for peace in Darfur
    By Kofi A. Annan and Alpha Oumar Konare

    The parties to the conflict must negotiate a political agreement offering solid guarantees for lasting peace. But in the end peace will only be made, and kept, by the Sudanese people themselves.

    An opportunity for the devastated islands
    By P.C. Kesavan and K.Balasubramanian

    The forests and mangroves of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands must be used in a sustainable manner for the livelihood security of the local community.

    Opposition disarray in West Bengal
    By Marcus Dam

    The recent civic polls show it will take a lot more to seriously challenge the Left Front.

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