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Not much relief
For the salaried class — a significant section of which forms part of India's growing middle class — and the senior citizens, there have been very few specific announcements in the latest budget to cheer about. The budget proposals ...

India's nutritional crisis
The fact sheets of the third round of the National Family Health Survey (NFHS-III), conducted in 29 States in 2005-2006, indicate that the health and nutrition status of India's women and children is in vast and systemic crisis. At the all-India ...

Leader Page Articles
Are we really teaching science in our schools?
By Jyotsna Vijapurkar

Science should be taught to children as an inquiry into the world around them. Curricula cannot be developed without intensive research with children to determine what they can and cannot learn at a given age.

News Analysis
Relentless optimism reigns among investors
By Larry Elliott and Jonathan Watts

It may have been the biggest fall since 9/11 but few people seem very worried by it.

Corrections and Clarifications
On February 28, 2007, a report "Poll results sign of things to come in U.P.: Rajnath" stated that the BJP has made major gains in Punjab and raised its tally from two MLAs in the previous Assembly to 19. Another report on the same page "BJP comes ...

Train from Pakistan — sanitised
By Nirupama Subramanian

Unprecedented security puts passengers on the Samjhauta Express in a fix.

U.S. military fears Vietnam-style collapse
By Simon Tisdall

Elite officers in Iraq fear low morale, lack of troops, and loss of political will back home.

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