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Editorials
Pakistan on notice
While eschewing harsh rhetoric, India has unequivocally put Pakistan on notice that it will be difficult to continue with the process of détente unless cross-border terrorism is brought to an end. The Ministry of External Affairs did not, at ...

Developing drugs for the poor
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has taken some notable steps to address infectious diseases common in developing countries and to help them gain access to drugs for diseases that are no longer endemic to them. By deciding to set up an ...

Leader Page Articles
The changing role of HR professionals
By Kiran Karnik

From focus on recruitment and in-service training, human resource professionals now need to broaden their horizons and be outward rather than inward focussed. The transition from locating talent to retaining talent has now moved to creating talent.

News Analysis
In the name of charity
By Nirupama Subramanian

The Jamaat-ud-Daawa, a renamed version of the Lashkar-e-Taiba, operates freely in Pakistan under the guise of a charity organisation.

Another attempt at confidence building
By Pallavi Aiyar

For the Chinese, their relationship with the U.S. is in many ways a litmus test.

PAUL KRUGMAN'S COLUMN
The march of folly
Since the cast of characters making pronouncements on the crisis in the Middle East is very much the same as it was three or four years ago, it's a good idea to travel down memory lane.

Setback for peace
By Sushanta Talukdar

Another attempt to bring the United Liberation Front of Asom to the negotiating table seems to have failed.

Corrections and clarifications
* A reader says that the heading of the standalone photograph "Award for Minister" (July 17, 2006) was misleading. The picture showed Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare Dr. Anbumani Ramadoss receiving an award on July 14. The heading ...

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