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Editorials
Maoist cult of death
“We are sorry,” said a Communist Party of India (Maoist) spokesperson after a bomb went off under a crowded bus in Chhattisgarh earlier this month, killing 24 civilians, “but it could not be helped.” Friday's tragedy in ...

Resolve the Korean crisis
The findings of South Korea's internationally staffed inquiry, which concluded that a North Korean torpedo sank the South Korean corvette Cheonan, killing 46 of the 104 crew, in the Yellow Sea on March 26, have caused relations across the 38th ...

Leader Page Articles
Water crisis of east & west Punjab
By M.S. Gill

Both sides will have to rise above politics and focus on the water crisis, which requires difficult and bitter solutions.

Op-Ed
Licence Raj for pet-keeping
The draft Rules, aside from being unreasonable and absurd, contain much scope for mischief against pet lovers and the pets themselves.

The real cost of cheap oil
The Gulf disaster is only unusual for being so near the United States. Elsewhere, Big Oil rarely cleans up its mess.

Oxford essay tradition comes to this: ‘death'
All Souls, part of Oxford University, recently decided to scrap its one-word exam.

The passage of years
I was not quite 19 when I left shores of my native India for the promise of America, an only child of accomplished parents whose ambitions for their son did not necessarily embrace the possibility of his going away from home forever. But ...

Response to editorial on blockade of Manipur
R.R. Jha, Director (NE.II), Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, has sent this response to the editorial titled ‘End this blockade now,' published in The Hindu of May 28, 2010: “We regret to point out that certain ...

News Analysis
Corrections and Clarifications
* * The caption of a standalone photograph titled “Beast of Burden” (Chennai city, May 23, 2010, page 2) was “No Escape: A bullock, weighed down by the load in its cart, trudges up a road at Salt Quarters in Chennai.” ...

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