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Transferring the problem
After some initial reluctance, the Centre has accepted the Supreme Court collegium's recommendation that Karnataka Chief Justice P.D. Dinakaran be transferred to the Sikkim High Court. Evidently, the collegium effected the transfer from a ...
Stronger state to state ties
The recent visit of the head of Myanmar's military government, Senior General Than Shwe marks a clear shift and some clarity in India's policy towards its eastern neighbour. For a decade now, New Delhi has been trying to befriend Yangon in a ...
Leader Page Articles
Restoring Bangladesh's core values
By Haroon Habib
The Bangladesh Supreme Court's judgment nullifying the 5thAmendment to the Constitution enacted in 1977, is seen as a milestone in restoring the constitutional course of the nation's history.
Climate change in the U.K.-India partnership
By Premila Nazareth Satyanand
Policymakers and business leaders might find it useful to leaf through UNCTAD's just-released World Investment Report 2010: Investing in a Low-Carbon Economy.
“I find the subject fascinating…”
By Rosalind Ezhil K.
World chess champion Viswanathan Anand on the upcoming simultaneous matches he is to play with mathematicians and his interest in the subject.
Mapping service of Google Street faces legal challenges
By Josh Halliday
Nearly half of the 60 worldwide legal or criminal investigations faced by Google relate to the company's Street View service. It is facing around 28 actions against the mapping service, 11 from inside the US. Although in the U.K., the ...
World Bank to the aid of world's largest mangrove forest
The World Bank (WB) is helping Bangladesh carry out a series of studies to develop a program for sustainable development of the Sundarbans, the world's single largest mangrove forest in the country's south-western part. A comprehensive plan ...
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Attacks on media on the rise in India
A growing number of incidents of violence against, and restrictions on, journalists in several parts of India over the past few months has caused concern at the national and international level. July was a particularly bad month for the news ...
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