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Now, a political Prime Minister
Manmohan Singh's first meeting with the capital's press corps in September 2004 showcased a Prime Minister starting out on the learning curve. Dr. Singh felt compelled to dispel scepticism about his ability to hold his job: "After 100 days, I ...

Hat-trick: a potted history
When Irfan Pathan bowled Mohammad Yousuf with a peach of an inswinger that curled slyly and slipped between bat and pad, the young fast bowler seemed astonished by what he had achieved: a hat-trick. He might be just as surprised to learn that the ...

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Council of States or council of nominees?
By Era Sezhiyan

Removal of secret voting in Rajya Sabha elections is an onslaught on a free and fair electoral process. And the removal of residential qualification for candidates negates the constitutional purpose of the Council of States.

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Iran and the IAEA
By Siddharth Varadarajan

AN INTERIM report prepared by the International Atomic Energy Agency on the implementation of nuclear safeguards in Iran has cited numerous instances of Iranian cooperation with its inspectors but has also stressed the need for Teheran to provide ...

Climate studies help predict malaria epidemics
By Alok Jha

A warning system, based on computer models of climate change, can predict outbreaks up to five months in advance.

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Continuing the conversation
Amartya Senprovides insights into what led him to examine gender issues intellectually. `My early encounters, when I was a student,' he says `with the role of tilted attitudes and positional observations and slanted habits of thought did prove, in re trospect, highly educational for me. I do see myself, in part, as a feminist economist, in addition to having other descriptions to which I respond.' A book excerpt:




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