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Not an unmixed blessing
The recent developments in the financial markets of Thailand have major implications for India. On Monday, with a view to stemming further appreciation of the baht which was straining the country's export competitiveness, the Thai authorities ...

Next only to Bradman
"W ho writes your scripts?" a cricketer asked Ian Botham after he returned to Test cricket with a wicket off his first ball. It's a question that has been asked many times of Shane Warne during a ...

Leader Page Articles
Now news from beyond London and Atlanta
By Hasan Suroor

In terms of manpower and resources, CCTV9, Al-Jazeera (English) and France-24 are small change compared to the media giants they have set out to challenge. Nevertheless, they are brave efforts.

News Analysis
"There is an alternative out there"
By Suresh Nambath and Mukund Padmanabhan

Martha Nussbaumon why the human capabilities approach to development is the best option.

Russia in a new and growing role
By Vladimir Radyuhin

Moscow is reaping the fruits of its even-handed policy in West Asia.

Desperate causes and fraught methods
By Marcus Dam

Trinamool chief Mamata Banerjee's decision to call a bandh was as much a desperate act of a leader running out of ideas as was the decision to put it on hold.

Blair's successor must break free of U.S. shackles
By Max Hastings

A new Prime Minister has the opportunity to do what Tony Blair never could _ leave Iraq and face the consequences.

Corrections and Clarifications
"Sunita stays back" ("Briefly", December 21, 2006, page 1) stated that Indian American astronaut Sunita Williams stayed back at the International Space Station, while an AFP report "Shuttle set to return" ("International" page, in the same ...

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