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Climate of intolerance
Two completely unrelated events highlight the climate of intimidation in which the Indian media operates. In Ahmedabad, a senior police officer — outraged by a string of stories about his alleged role in a police-criminal nexus — ...

The continuing stalemate
The move to unify the Naga insurgent groups, marked by a November 2007 ‘joint declaration,’ proved to be the spark for fratricidal killings among factions of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland, engaged in a competitive pursuit ...

Leader Page Articles
Should R2P have been invoked in Myanmar?
By Jorge Heine

The jury is still out on what to do when dictators mismanage disasters to the point of inflicting severe suffering on their own people.

News Analysis
Kudankulam nuclear plant: not only a construction site but also a university
By Tatyana Sinitsyna

India has a long-term nuclear energy programme and is learning to do everything independently. Inclination for knowledge is part and parcel of Indian mentality.

Towards equitable healthcare provision
By E.S. Krishnamoorthy

We must acknowledge that quality healthcare is a fundamental right, and not a privilege, and transform the current lack of equitable healthcare provision into a fiery debate.

Pact to phase out shoddy lamps
Philips, OSRAM and General Electric signed on Friday a pact to set standards for compact fluorescent lamps (CFL) to rid the Asian market of shoddy energy-saving lights. Under the new agreement, lighting suppliers in Asia will develop ...

Corrections and clarifications
A sentence in the third paragraph of an article “Breeding intolerance will delay development” (Op-Ed, June 6, 2008) was “Asked why he and members of his group were so upset, he said they did not like the tone of the ...

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