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The second court martial of Sarath Fonseka, Sri Lanka's former Army commander, has ended predictably with a verdict of guilty on the charge of violating procedures in military procurement. Last month, he was convicted of engaging in political ...

Gift to Germany’s far-Right
Senior figures in central banks rarely hit the headlines but Thilo Sarrazin of the German central bank, the Bundesbank, has done just that. His recent book on German society has been attacked for xenophobia, racism, and serious factual errors. ...

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Untouchability: a sin and a crime
By M.S. Prabhakara

Untouchability was not so much a sin as a calculated crime. But it is easier for everyone, even some victims, to treat it as a sin, for acceptance of moral culpability costs nothing.

News Analysis
Old aircraft carrier needs a final resting place
By Katie Zezima

Apparently it is not so easy to find a permanent home for a resident that weighs tens of thousands of tons and is more than 1,000 feet long. The John F. Kennedy, an aircraft carrier christened by a nine-year-old Caroline Kennedy in 1967 ...

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Dangerous nexus to bully RTI activists
Next month, the Right to Information (RTI) Act, 2005, one of the most powerful laws enacted in independent India, completes half a decade in the cause of transparent and accountable administration. It enables, on demand, access to information ...

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‘We are going through a profound revolution'
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