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Mandate for secular democracy
Early in August, as his jeep wound its way through the piles of burning tyres that angry protestors had used to barricade the road from Srinagar airport into the city, former Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah, 72, turned to a journalist sitting ...

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Copyright challenges in the digital era
By Aarthi S. Anand

Archaic printing press laws are antithetical to creativity in these times. The question is: was the legal shield of copyright invented to be used to discourage other creators or to provide publishers with control over subsequent creators? India can l ead the world by crafting a new copyright law suited to the internet age.

News Analysis
Non-state actors and the rule of law
By Nandini Sundar

The path to peace in Chhattisgarh lies in implementing the court’s orders.

One year after massacre people still traumatised
By Xan Rice

Peace deal holds but survivors of post-election violence in Kenya feel forgotten.

Printing money and its price
By Peter S. Goodman

The Federal Reserve has expanded its balance sheet from about $900 billion to more than $2.2 trillion, creating $1.3 trillion that did not exist.

Good riddance to bad year
New York City residents are being invited to say goodbye to their bad memories of 2008 and the financial meltdown by shredding their worthless stock certificates and depressing bank statements. Sunday was the second annual Good Riddance Day. ...

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