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U.S. puts down roots in Iraq
Iraqi insurgents have reacted to President Obama's talk of a “responsible end” to the Iraq war by killing 26 people in a day's attacks across Baghdad and the eastern city of Kut. The attacks cause serious problems for Mr. Obama's ...

Major roadblocks
The planned introduction of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) from April 1, 2011, was not expected to be smooth even though until very recently there were many reasons to be optimistic. By the end of July it seemed that the pragmatism displayed ...

Leader Page Articles
Overcoming the Malthusian scourge
By Jeffrey Sachs

Complexity and unsolved problems are at the very heart of the sustainability challenge, and at the very heart of M.S. Swaminathan's thinking and essays.

News Analysis
IATR fails to avail itself of a great opportunity
By V.C. Kulandaiswamy and Iravatham Mahadevan

The World Classical Tamil Conference held recently at Coimbatore was one of the grandest of conferences and was attended by some of the tallest of research workers. The International Association of Tamil Research lost the opportunity of hosting this conference due to the intransigence of its President.

Playing the changing game
By Suhasini Haider

There are fundamental errors in the assumptions made on the future of U.S. troops in Afghanistan and the India-Pakistan talks in the wake of the WikiLeaks revelations.

Corrections and clarifications
The second paragraph of a report “Armstrong flays new plan” (August 6, 2010) said: “Last year, Mr. Armstrong took part in celebrations for the 30th anniversary of his famous moon landing on July 20, 1969, but with seemingly ...

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