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Anodyne blueprint
In the summer of 2007, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh promised Jammu and Kashmir’s people a “blueprint for a new future.” Late last month, retired Supreme Court judge Saghir Ahmed released the summary of that blueprint — ...

Looking back on the pandemic
The year that has ended saw the world coming to grips with a new influenza pandemic after an interval of 40 years. It was not the much-feared H5N1 bird flu virus. Nor did outbreaks begin in East Asia, as was believed to be likely. Instead, the ...

Leader Page Articles
The unsettled debate on Indian poverty
By R. Ramakumar

The Tendulkar Committee has pitched for a policy position that is stranded between the harsh realities of poverty and a fiscally conservative neo-liberal framework.

News Analysis
Initiatives in higher education
By K.N. Panikkar

The launch of a major scholarship scheme, as envisaged by the Kerala State Higher Education Council, is set to mark a watershed.

The dream of a brave new world
By V.R. Krishna Iyer

Copenhagen saw a global collapse because America is, as ever, controlled by corporate power.

Incompatibility may not be cause of split
By Oliver James— © Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2010

When things get nasty between partners, we usually accuse the other of being either mad or bad. While the badness factor has not been much studied, the evidence shows emotional distress in one or both partners is a major cause of divorce. ...

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