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Editorials
Unpleasant cricket
It is a great pity that a cricket Test of high quality and drama, between India and Australia at Sydney, was blighted by incompetent umpiring and hyper-gamesmanship. With the shorter forms of the game gaining in popularity at the expense of the ...

Changing contours
It may not look like an irreversible long term trend, yet the steady loss of the dominant market share held by State Bank of India and other government-owned banks merits attention. No doubt the financial sector liberalisation since the 1990s was ...

Leader Page Articles
Yes America, I will show the way
By Ramesh Thakur

Barack Obama could make a great President, embodying in his person the narrative of the civil war struggles to overcome barriers of race and discrimination, yet eschewing in his persona the anger of Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton.

News Analysis
A high profile visit and some realities
By Pallavi Aiyar

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s coming visit to Beijing can be seen as one more step in the long road towards strengthening bilateral ties.

Opponents must talk, Kenya’s future is at stake
By Wangari Maathai

Killing, destroying property, and displacing individuals create a legacy that will haunt Kenyans down the generations.

Airdrop saves stranded ship
By Owen Bowcott

U.S. plane drops spare piston and chocolates for crew.

Newspapers’ response to the digital challenge
By Roy Greenslade

Different platforms and round-the-clock reporting are the main challenges.

Corrections and clarifications
In a report “Banks jostle for a bigger market share” (“Business Review” page, January 7, 2008), a sentence in the sixth paragraph was “(The RBI defines banking business as deposits minus ...

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