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Back to founding principles
The Bangladesh Supreme Court has made a progressive and far-reaching contribution to the project of national renewal that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wajed has undertaken since her return to power in December 2008. For much of its nearly four ...

Behind Facebook's success
From a start-up six years ago to the world's largest social networking site, Facebook has come to define contemporary social communication in the digital world. The exceptional popularity of this social networking site (SNS) in tricky cyber ...

Leader Page Articles
General Kayani's quiet coup
By Praveen Swami

Pakistan's army hopes its chief will be able to craft a way out of the many crises the country is confronted with.

News Analysis
Signalling a shift to universal PDS
By Gargi Parsai

The NAC's recommendations on food security measures take heed of the fact that PDS reform is dependent on the availability of enough foodgrains.

OUT OF LONDON
Cameron diplomacy under fire after gaffe
By Hasan Suroor

The British Prime Minister's critics point out that India may be a good market to woo but it is Pakistan which is the strategic ally in the region.

For the recently homeless, belonging by competing
By Dave Ungrady

With the help of their namesake hairdo, members of the Sacramento Mohawks managed to stand out among their competition at the 2010 Street Soccer USA Cup on Sunday. Their collective rows of trimmed hair atop bald scalps helped form a sense of ...

Corrections and clarifications
It's the Judicial Standards and Accountability Bill, and not the Judges Standards and Accountability Bill as mentioned in the second paragraph of “Transferring the problem” (Editorial, August 2, 2010). The caption of ...

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