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Stability for growth
As expected, the Reserve Bank of India's mid-term review of the annual credit policy is devoid of major surprises by way of either policy measures or the monetary stance. An increase in the repo rate by 0.25 percentage points to 7.25 without a ...

Strategic flaws, political spin
A basic premise of the Iraq policy followed by the Bush administration has been that the government of President Nouri al-Maliki would, at some point, be able to govern. The hope was that the regime would, at the minimum, assert effective control ...

Leader Page Articles
Planning Commission and poverty estimates
By Brinda Karat

The entire process of poverty estimation by the Planning Commission is characterised by arbitrariness and manipulations.

News Analysis
Promoting open access to research
By Stevan Harnad

Unrestricted access to the work of researchers will benefit all.

Hillary Clinton repositions herself
By Ed Pilkington

Her recent whirlwind activity has begun to give Republicans sleepless nights.

U.S. tries to mend fences in Iraq
By Ewen MacAskill

National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley in Baghdad.

Uncertainty of Republican defeat
By Gary Younge

The war is a disaster and President George W. Bush has become a political liability, but can the Democrats turn that into mid-term triumph?

Corrections and clarifications
In the Imran Khan column "Pakistan victim of defensive mindset" ("Sport", October 30, 2006), it was stated that Pakistan had New Zealand at 30 for 3. A reader points out that it is incorrect. The Sports Desk clarifies that the Kiwis were actually ...

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