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Editorials
Taking the employees along
Though well after the deadline, Air India’s executive pilots have called off their agitation and resumed work. What did the trick was Union Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel’s announcement that the contentious order cutting down ...

Enhanced role for IMF
The International Monetary Fund is set to play a significantly enhanced role in promoting global economic growth and stability. In one of the important decisions taken at the Pittsburgh G20 summit, the IMF has been given the mandate to assist in ...

Leader Page Articles
Investing in India-Russia relationship
By Vidya Subrahmaniam

If Germany and Turkey can reach out to Russia despite a history of conflict with it, there is no reason why India, which has never had a conflict of interest with its once best friend, cannot.

Op-Ed
We need action, not Kyoto II
Climate is too complex an issue to get in one gulp. If Copenhagen can pave the way for practical steps, an agreement can wait.

25 million more children will go hungry by 2050
Global warming set to bring back malnutrition in developing world.

Roman Polanski case: this was rape
His celebrity friends need to wake up and relocate their moral compass.

Carbon trading fraud ahead of Copenhagen
Gangs have moved on to the €90 bn carbon emissions market.

Adelaide, latest victim of global water shortages
The water in Australia’s biggest river is running so low and is so salty that the nation’s fifth-largest city, Adelaide, is at risk of having to ship water in to its residents, politicians have warned. Adelaide’s water ...

Corrections and clarifications
The fourth paragraph in a report “Moily refuses to comment on Justice Dinakaran issue” (September 27, 2009) was “Mr. Moily said important matters such as appointment of judges could not be discussed publicly, adding that ...

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