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Widen the investigation
Given the central government's conspicuous lack of enthusiasm to act against those responsible for the string of financial irregularities related to the Commonwealth Games 2010, the arrest of Suresh Kalmadi is certainly a step forward. The ...

What ails public health research?
Why has the incidence of tuberculosis in India remained around 170 per 100,000 people for the last 20 years despite DOTS, the directly observed treatment strategy, being in place? Answer: DOTS is a passive system that kicks in only after a ...

Leader Page Articles
Why the critics of India's combat jet deal are wrong
By Praveen Swami

Following a raft of technical tests by the IAF, the Manmohan Singh government has shortlisted the Eurofighter consortium's Typhoon and the French-made Dassault Rafale for a multi-billion dollar fourth generation fighter deal. New Delhi will almost ce rtainly come under intense pressure to review its decision.

News Analysis
At Microsoft, future growth rides on research, innovation
By G. Ananthakrishnan

Research at Microsoft has a strong emphasis on advancing what it calls the consumerisation of IT. That approach helps it come up with new product releases and add capabilities to existing ones.

Intensified strikes raise questions on U.N. mandate
By David D. Kirkpatrick & Kareem Fahim

Frustrated by evasion and resilience of Qadhafi's military, Nato has pledged to step up its strikes on the broader instruments of his power.

Open Page is growing more popular by the week
There is every indication that the “Open Page” of The Hindu is becoming more and more popular among both writers and readers — so much so I learn that expanding the space allotted to it is under active editorial ...

Qadhafi inner circle feels betrayed
By Harriet Sherwood

Officials in Tripoli complain of ‘great injustice' against Libyan regime.

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