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An exercise in fine-tuning
The annual supplement to the five-year Foreign Trade Policy (2004-09), announced by Commerce Minister Kamal Nath on Thursday, like its predecessors, was not expected to unveil any major policy initiative. The FTP that replaced the Export-Import ...

Getting priorities wrong
The controversy surrounding India's unsuccessful bid to host the 2014 Asian Games has re-ignited a long-running debate. What serves the long-term interests of sports in India better: hosting hugely expensive, extravagant international events or ...

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The challenge of growth for the news media
By G. Ananthakrishnan

As news on the Internet becomes a strong mainstream phenomenon, newspapers in America are under pressure to embrace new media and evolve in order to retain readers. In this context, the findings of Poynter's EyeTrack07 are eye-stopping.

News Analysis
Preserving the past to secure the future
By Atul Aneja

Keen on deepening a sense of national identity, the Uzbek Government is according top priority to restoring the country's historical sites.

The Internet is now the first draft of history
By James Robinson

`Old media' is still valued for its accuracy, but Web 2.0 gets the scoops.

Franco's courts to be declared illegitimate
By Giles Tremlett

Families of victims can ask the Supreme Court to declare their sentences null.

Millions face famine as crop disease rages
By Robin McKie and Xan Rice

Scientists say wheat blight that ravaged Africa is set on a course for Asia.

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