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Saturday, July 21, 2007
Double standards against terrorism
The Australian government’s high-handed action verging on vengefulness against Mohammed Haneef has raised fundamental questions about the character of, and justice behind, Australia’s anti-terror and immigration laws. Describing the ...
Curbing unsolicited telephone calls
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), after considerable prodding by consumer groups and the judiciary, has taken a big step forward in curbing unsolicited telephone calls, an abuse by telemarketers. Under the Telecom Unsolicited ...
Leader Page Articles
Heritage at stake, strengthen the ASI
By A. Srivathsan
A complete restructuring of the Archaeological Survey of India is requiredif the country’s vast cultural heritage isnot to be lost.
Australia’s leading newspaper criticises government action against Haneef
In an editorial published on July 20, Australia's leading daily newpaperThe Sydney Morning Heraldcharacterises the case of Dr.Haneef as “a shambles.” It asks the government not to “cry wolf on national security.” The newspaper comments that “suspicion breeds suspicion, and increasingly, the general public smells a rat.” Here is the editorial titled “Hapless case of Mohamed Haneef”:
OUT OF LONDON
Wooing the new Indian tourist out of london
By Hasan Suroor
The ‘India Now’ festival in London is a ploy to get the nouveau-richeIndian tourist into Britain somehow.
LDC brain drain: best move out, so rest lose out
By Angela Balakrishnan and Pui-Guan Man
How secure is Facebook?
By Anna Pickard
Disaster struck Oxford University’s undergraduates this week when students were fined for end-of-term hijinks. Caught on camera performing the ancient final exam ritual of “trashing,” they face disciplinary hearings and fines ...
Corrections and clarifications
;A box item (PTI) “Cross-voting, open defiance mark election” accompanying the lead story “High turnout in Presidential poll” (July 20, 2007, page 1) stated that the Asom Gana Parishad is a partner of the United ...
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