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A salutary approach
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's remarks at a conference on terrorism organised last week by Muslim clerics in the capital addressed their immediate apprehensions against the grisly background of the Mumbai bomb explosions. They also served the ...

Mere deadlines will not do
The Foreign Ministers of the Bangladesh, India, Mynamar, Sri Lanka and Thailand group for Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC), have played their part — they met, adopted a resolution, and set a deadline, this time to wrap up a Free Trade ...

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The Balochistan cause gets a martyr
By Nirupama Subramanian

The killing of Akbar Khan Bugti has angered Balochistan. It has also sent shock waves through political circles in Pakistan. A former military intelligence chief has sounded an early warning that Bugti dead is more dangerous for Pakistan than Bugti a live.

News Analysis
His cinema was idyllic and idealistic
By Ranjit Hoskote

Hrishikesh Mukherjee's strength lay in the collegiality with which he managed his gifted colleagues.

India and the data exclusivity trap
By Sarah Hiddleston

In a coda to the Patents Act, fresh attempts are under way to inhibit the growth of India's vibrant generic industry by altering the laws that govern drug registration. This could further consolidate power in the hands of the drug majors and result i n more expensive medicines.

Corrections and clarifications
The sentence in "Mamallapuram will be made a world heritage tourist spot" (August 26, 2006) was: "The Archaeological Society of India (ASI) Superintending Archaeologist, Sathyabama Badrinath, apprised the [Union] Minister [for Tourism and ...

We must understand that people see different truths
By Karen Armstrong

Religion recognises that there can be coherence in apparently contradictory narratives. The same applies to global politics.

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