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The fruits of unilateralism
The United Progressive Alliance Government seems better at managing crises than in averting them. Once Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam president M. Karunanidhi threatened to pull the party out of the government, Prime ...

A long neglected area
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has again sought to place occupational safety and health high on the global agenda through the adoption of a new Convention at its 95th annual conference against the backdrop of growing recognition of ...

Leader Page Articles
Between generosity and toughness
By Vaiju Naravane

In France, opposition is growing to the police storming schools to pick up children of illegal immigrants.

News Analysis
Decision-making in the age of coalitions
By V. Jayanth

The Prime Minister could set up a compact Group of Ministers to consult the UPA constituents before major policy initiatives.

Did Mumbai really drown?
By Kalpana Sharma

Will the misery of the monsoon turn out to be a blessing in disguise?

Democracy should be exercised regularly, on foot
By Rebecca Solnit

Free association in public spaces not only promotes active bodies and public boldness, it is also vital to society and a force for change.

Habitat loss, climate change hit amphibians
By Ian Sample

FIFTY OF the world's leading conservation experts are calling for an urgent rescue mission to save frogs, newts, and other amphibians from extinction. They believe fast action is needed to save the planet's 5,743 amphibian species after research ...

Corrections and clarifications
* In "Who is perpetuating reservation in jobs?" (Editorial page, July 7, 2006), at the end of the article, Sharad Yadav's qualifications are listed as "... He was educated to be an electrical engineer ". A reader wants this clarified. Mr. ...

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