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BJP’s Hindutva conundrum
The Bharatiya Janata Party went to Bangalore for its national executive meet in an uncertain and somewhat anxious frame of mind. The mood reflected successive political wins scored by the ruling United Progressive Alliance: the outcome of the ...

No end to the crisis
Two related developments over the week-end — the decision of Lehman Brothers to file for bankruptcy and the take over of Merrill Lynch by Bank of America — have shaken the United States’, and indeed the global, financial system. ...

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End of the road for the 123 agreement
By Siddharth Varadarajan

By undermining its own fuel supply assurances and reprocessing consent, the U.S. has made bilateral nuclear cooperation with India virtually impossible.

News Analysis
Brazil has 6 Barack Obamas
By Tom Phillips

Walk into a polling station in Belford Roxo, an impoverished city on the fringes of Rio de Janiero, on October 5 and you will be faced with an historic choice. You could vote for Alcides Rolim, the Workers’ Party mayoral candidate promising ...

Corrections and clarifications
>>The sixth paragraph in a report “Vital clues gathered, say Delhi police” (September 15, 2008, page 1) was “Shortly after the blast on Sunday , Rahul [a young balloon vendor] told the police that he ...

A case for decentralised green energy
By Ibrahim Hafeezur Rehman

Emphasis on promotion of biofuels can be useful for solving rural energy problems.

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‘We want to encourage joint “beacon projects” between science and industry’
We have made much progress over the past three years , says German Federal Minister for Education and Research Annette Schavan




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