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Looming war
Last week, Maoist insurgents in West Bengal paraded police officer Atindranath Dutta before the massed media, a prisoner-of-war logo draped around his neck. Mr. Dutta’s release marked the end of the ugly hostage drama in Lalgarh — ...

Conflict of interest in research
With research being funded more and more by the pharmaceutical industry and incentives in the form of shares or cash for rendering various services becoming the order of the day, there is a compelling need for physician-researchers to disclose ...

Leader Page Articles
The medium, message and the money
By P. Sainath

The Assembly elections saw the culture of “coverage packages” explode across Maharashtra. In many cases, a candidate just had to pay for almost any coverage at all.

Op-Ed
A war that centres on authority
The mysterious war in Yemen seems to have more to do with the crumbling authority of the state than with any single cause.

Prosecutors turn tables on student journalists
For more than a decade, classes of students at Northwestern University’s journalism school have been scrutinising the work of prosecutors and the police. The investigations into old crimes, as part of the Medill Innocence Project, have ...

Google billionaire’s gesture to benefactor
Were it not for the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, there might be no Google. Thirty years ago, Sergey Brin, a six-year-old Soviet boy facing an uncertain future, arrived in the United States with the help of the society. Mr. Brin, the ...

ONLINE AND OFF LINE
Deepavali fireworks and media’s social responsibility
One more Deepavali, the Festival of Lights, has come and gone. That the celebration-related fire accidents were fewer than in the past and the resultant damage less in Tamil Nadu, and probably in other parts of the country also, is good news. ...

Perfectionism can be healthy
As long as it is not insatiable and compulsive, perfectionism can be beneficial to students.

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