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Sense prevails in Kashmir
Ever since Independence, India’s enemies in Jammu and Kashmir have sought to engineer a communal chasm that would sunder Hindu from Muslim — and thus realise what is sometimes called the unfinished business of Partition. ...
Can Sariska roar again?
The National Tiger Conservation Authority has been under pressure to produce results, especially after it acknowledged some months ago that the population of the big cat has declined sharply. Reintroducing tigers into Rajasthan’s Sariska ...
Leader Page Articles
Changing interpretations of early Indian history
By Upinder Singh
Skateboarding invades the streets of Kabul
By Declan Walsh
Waheed Ullah, a scruffy Kabul shoeshine boy, had never heard of skateboarding, let alone tried it. Then one evening he put down his tin of polish, perched his gangly body on a battered skateboard and pushed off. “Hey, I like it!” ...
Zimbabwe must learn from Serbia
By Jonathan Steele
Letters to the Editor
Prachanda for stronger relations with India on the basis of new realities
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