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New Delhi out of step
After doing the right thing on Nepal for more than a year, India runs the risk of putting itself out of step with the Himalayan kingdom's inspiring democratic revolution by betting on King Gyanendra's last throw of the dice. The Ministry of ...

Sensex at 12000
Even by their recent standards the stock markets' performance last week has been noteworthy. The Sensex closed the week above 12,000, having crossed that milestone a day earlier. Such statistics are no doubt relevant to an understanding of the ...

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Advantages of transnational gas pipelines
By Talmiz Ahmad

The pipeline proposals India is involved with have political and security-related problems. But they have to be resolved for India's energy security.

News Analysis
ONLINE AND OFF LINE
Why the silence, a reader agonises
Two recent reports from Chennai and the reactions they produced offer an interesting study. On April 3, a reader, sounding angry and distraught, called the Readers' Editor's office to narrate how a 16-year-old boy left Chennai on March 24 to ...

Racism rises in Russia
By Vladimir Radyuhin

KISHORE KUMAR Anjangi, 23, was walking through a dark archway next to his domitory in central St. Petersburg last week when he was attacked by two hooded men armed with knives. The men stabbed Mr. Anjangi twice in the neck and fled without ...

Business unfinished even after 16 years
By J. Venkatesan

The Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal remains undecided despite collecting views and data running into thousands of pages.

Some questions for the Cauvery Tribunal
By Ramaswamy R. Iyer

If the Tribunal is indeed unable to discharge the task entrusted to it, why did it not say so much earlier?

Biggest crisis for Bush as poll ratings slide
By Paul Harris— © Guardian Newspapers Limited 2004

A White House shake-up is just the beginning as George W. Bush's party fights to keep control of Congress.

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