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Behind India's World Cup
Ahead of the World Cup, widely perceived as the most open in recent times, India found itself in an unenviable position: anointed as the favourite and appointed to play in front of volatile, demanding home crowds. A measure of the constricting ...

An exciting discovery
The discovery of Acheulian tools no younger than one million years, and possibly as old as 1.5 million years, in Tamil Nadu overturns the current thinking that hominins or early humans lived in India merely 0.6 million to 0.5 million years ...

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Earthquake and Japan
By Kojin Karatani

It is not Japan's demise that the earthquake has produced, but rather the possibility of its rebirth. It may be that only amid the ruins can people gain the courage to stride down a new path.

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THE INDIA CABLES
A struggle between ‘reform cadre' and the ‘old line' in the Congress
Cable speaks of some members of the party advocating that Sonia Gandhi jettison Manmohan Singh as Prime Minister

Kashmir issue clouds Indian view of Kosovo
CHENNAI: There were U.S. pressures on India to recognise Kosovo's independence early, but New Delhi worried that a parallel would be drawn between Kosovo and Kashmir, U.S. Embassy cables have revealed. The cables, classified by Political ...

U.S. feared Indian proposal may curtail its influence in UN
LONDON: Strident opposition from the United States to a proposal by India and other Non-Aligned Movement countries to change the way the United Nations Secretary-General is elected was prompted by fears that it “would dramatically ...

‘U.S. needs to read ‘Persian mind' to deal with Iran'
CHENNAI: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his regime were more “irrational” than what the world knew them to be, said K.C. Singh, former Indian Ambassador to Tehran, according to a cable sent by the U.S. Embassy in New ...

Pakistan's unconventional viewpoint on terrorism
Turkish diplomat's view on why for Islamabad cross-border terror is not quite terror

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