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Advancing Taliban, paralysed Pakistan
Pakistan’s Army chief, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, has said the country’s military is capable of taking on the Taliban threat and has the resolve to do so. So what then is the military waiting for? Such statements, whether from the ...

Time of Zuma
The African National Congress (ANC) has registered a massive win in South Africa’s general election, the fourth since the end of apartheid in 1994. With 65.9 per cent of the vote in the hybrid proportional electoral system, it has won 264 ...

Leader Page Articles
The unfinished agenda from the G20
By N. Ravi

After the London G20 summit, the international environment has turned much less hospitable to money from crime, tax evasion and corruption, and will greatly facilitate the task of any new government in unearthing the money stashed abroad.

News Analysis
EU guidelines to end excessive rewards
By David Gow

Bankers’ bonuses would be capped and outgoing directors’ “golden parachutes” limited to at most twice their fixed pay under guidelines to be adopted by the European commission this week. The commission will issue ...

Sri Lankan crisis: how India can help find a way out
By A.S. Kalkat

It may be the endgame for the LTTE and Prabakaran but is certainly not the endgame for the Tamils of Sri Lanka. India stands committed to their welfare and legitimate rights and the Indo-Sri Lanka Accord of 1987 can be the basic document to forge ahe ad politically.

REALITY CHECK
Set Binayak Sen free now
By Siddharth Varadarajan

Alongside the arming of private militias, the jailing of a human rights defender for two years on trumped up charges is proof that there is no rule of law in Chhattisgarh.

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Why all the “fuss over a small incident”
The last column (April 13, 2009) on the publication of a doctored photograph, I thought, would mark the end of this unhappy episode. There was a flood of reader response to what I had written. Much of it was on expected lines; heart-warming ...




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