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Mr. Bush's delusional world
With public opinion polls showing that the Republican Party is likely to lose control of the House of Representatives and possibly the Senate in November 2006, President George W. Bush is trying desperately to make terrorism the central theme of ...

Pay more attention to mine safety
The proposition "accidents do not happen, they are caused" seems to be particularly true of mining industry. The explosion in Bharat Coking Coal Ltd.'s mine in the Jharia fields, which took a toll of about 50 lives, is a grim reminder of how much ...

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Ensuring security in the age of global terror
By A.S. Kalkat

A structured two-pronged approach is needed to combat terrorism. First, a set of laws or `rules of engagement' for dealing with terrorists. Secondly, a special force with the authority to operate domestically and externally.

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The U.S. and its fading alliance in East Asia
By P.S. Suryanarayana

UNITED STATES Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has told successive annual sessions of the Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore that night-time satellite imagery shows North Korea in near-total darkness and its southern ethnic neighbour in bright ...

Corrections and clarifications
The caption of the standalone combination picture "Moulded in South Africa" (September 12, 2006, page 1) was: "Satyagraha Centenary: Satyagraha, Gandhiji's celebrated technique of non-violent struggle, was born in South Africa a hundred ...

Wounds that have yet to heal
By Kalpana Sharma

The judgment in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts should not obscure the absence of closure on the 1992-93 communal riots.

Backing away from the badlands?
By Nirupama Subramanian

The Pakistan Government has signed a deal with the tribals of North Waziristan that can be seen as a retreat.

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