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Discordant notes from Nagpur
The Nagpur meeting of the Bharatiya Janata Party was meant to showcase a party on the threshold of wresting power from its rival. The slogan that it highlighted ahead of the conclave, “change at the centre,” indicated its confidence ...

Managing food abundance
The Central government’s decision last week to hike the minimum support price for wheat by Rs.80 a quintal and the prices of various pulses by between Rs.130 and Rs.170 can be faulted on at least two grounds. The announcement has come three ...

Leader Page Articles
Mumbai attacks: anatomy of a failed strategy
By Kanwal Sibal

Lack of a bilateral response to the Mumbai attacks has allowed others to patronise us with advice to observe restraint, avoid tensions, engage in a dialogue with Pakistan, combat terrorism jointly, etc.

News Analysis
The new normal in Pakistan
By Rafia Zakaria

Lulled into catatonia by pervasive helplessness, Pakistanis can do little except deny that violence exists or stubbornly insist that even if it does, it means little.

Economic ripples as business trips are scaled back
By Leslie Wayne and Stephanie Clifford

The new austerity is likely to hit hotels, resorts, restaurants and event planners which a trade association has estimated generate $244 million in annual spending.

Corrections and clarifications
A sentence in the penultimate paragraph of a report “Rajnath raises Hindutva pitch” (February 8, 2009) was “… This was seen as the BJP’s attempt to quickly endorse what Congress president Sonia Gandhi ...

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