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Moral policing in Tamil Nadu
A rash of recent events has exposed an ugly vein of intolerance, chauvinism, and sexism running through a section of Tamil Nadu's police, media, and polity. Pictures published in two newspapers of a private party in a five star hotel become the ...

Talking without the worry
Mobile phones have brought the social and commercial benefits of communication access to a billion users worldwide in just a decade since the current technologies were rolled out. Several million subscribers are being added each month as costs ...

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Are the coloured revolutions fading out?
By Vladimir Radyuhin

U.S.-sponsored regime change in the former Soviet States has run into problems. Many of the new regimes have proved unpopular. Besides, Russia has moved to regain its influence.

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India, Iran and the Congressional hearings on the Indo-U.S. nuclear deal
In the wake of its vote against Iran in the International Atomic Energy Agency, the Indian Government said "nothing could be further from the truth" than the suggestion that there was any "linkage" between its decision and the Indo-U.S. nuclear deal. The two issues got explicitly linked for the first time at the House International Relations Committee hearings, on the July 18 agreement, in early September. Though some remarks of Congressmen like Tom Lantos were reported at the time, the full tra nscript of the September 8 hearings has only recently become available.The Hindureproduces excerpts:

The United Kingdom's phantom party
By Polly Toynbee

This week's conference in Brighton has exposed Labour as a shell, deserted by members. It needs big ideas, not clever stratagems.

How Bush's people help Osama
By Sidney Blumenthal

U.S. administration lectures about God delivered to Muslims are a dangerous folly.

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