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Editorials
Keep out the armed forces
An intelligent response by the Indian state to Naxalite violence must necessarily be multi-dimensional, dealing with the problem in all its aspects. Long-term strategies to address the socioeconomic roots of the problem must be combined with ...

Greece turns left
On October 4, Greek voters gave the Panhellenic Socialist Party (PASOK), led by George Papandreou, a resounding mandate for change. In the mainly-proportional electoral system, PASOK won an outright majority with 160 seats out of 300, on a ...

Leader Page Articles
Coping with rising China
By K. Subrahmanyam

There is no reason to assume that India’s rapidly rising neighbour, set to become the world’s largest economy in the next two decades, will not play the normal game of nations. But the current hawkishness and jingoism in sections of the m edia and strategic circles in India is without basis and uncalled for, argues a veteran strategic affairs specialist.

News Analysis
The Nobel and the audacity of hope-giving
By Siddharth Varadarajan

The world is so accustomed to American presidents waging war that the first incumbent to promise diplomacy gets to win the Nobel peace prize regardless of what he does.

Climate talks fail to make breakthrough
By — Xinhua

The latest round of United Nations Climate Change Talks in Bangkok wrapped up on Friday without clarity on finance and mid-term emission reduction targets, both crucial elements for a new deal to be reached on December’s Copenhagen ...

Corrections and clarifications
* * The caption of the photograph that went with a feature story “Unwelcome visitors – After the deluge, it’s snakes now” (Hyderabad, October 9, 2009, page 6) was “More Worries: A woman shows a dead baby ...

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‘My exposure to Physics certainly helped me’
Chemistry Nobel winner Venkatraman Ramakrishnan hopes that the mapping of ribosomes at the atomic level will lead to developing more effective antibiotics with lesser side effects.




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