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Historic breakthrough
The decision by the two major political parties in Pakistan to form coalition governments at the federal level and in Punjab province is a historic breakthrough. It speaks to their determination to restore democracy on a basis stronger than ...

Clean up drug approvals
What do many pharmaceutical companies across the world do when the number of new molecules that get past human clinical trials and the regulatory approval process is in steady decline? They cash in on drugs that manage to pass all the hurdles and ...

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Social responsibility and adulterated capitalism
By Prabhudev Konana

Academic research shows that there is increased shareholder value coming with goodwill garnered through corporate social responsibility.

News Analysis
The glimmer of that elusive dawn
By Siddharth Varadarajan

If America and the Army have a major role in Pakistan’s transition to constitutional rule, the political parties and the President also cannot evade their responsibility.

Corrections and clarifications
In a report “Eight held for helping naxalites” (March 8, 2008), the second paragraph was “Inspector-General of Police (Western Range) A.M. Prasad told The Hindu on telephone from Hebri that they had ...

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‘We are not giving up on the arts’
British Council’s Chief Executive Martin Davidson about the new directions his organisation has taken and its possible rewards.




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