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Bhardwaj has to go
Unabashedly partisan in his motives and actions, Karnataka Governor H.R. Bhardwaj has been, for a long time now, a disgrace to the constitutional office he holds. At every available opportunity, he has been abusing the authority of his office ...

Clinton contradictions
Within a space of six weeks, the position of the United States on Syria has hardened to the point where Washington's support for military intervention cannot be discounted. In a television interview on March 27, Secretary of State Hillary ...

Leader Page Articles
Celebrating Rabindranath Tagore's legacy
By Haroon Habib

150 years after his birth, India and Bangladesh together recall the pre-eminent literary genius.

News Analysis
India's hour in Africa
By Rajiv Bhatia

Higher political visibility will help accelerate its drive into the continent.

Supersymmetry, the afterlife and more
By Ian Sample

In an exclusive Guardian interview, scientist Stephen Hawking dismisses belief.

A conversation
The universe is governed by science. But science tells us that we can't solve the equations, directly in the abstract. We need to use the effective theory of Darwinian natural selection of those societies most likely to survive. We assign them ...

The war of words
By Zoe Williams

Four young men have started up Libya's first English language radio station. The broadcasts are an extraordinary symbol of revolution.

Radio propaganda in war
By Laura Barnett

Gustav Siegfried Eins In the Second World War, the British ran a number of black propaganda radio stations. On Gustav Siegfried Eins (GS1 for short), a fake Prussian commander, known as “Der Chef,” accused Hitler and other Nazi ...

Corrections and Clarifications
* The sixth paragraph of the news report, “Tiruvarur gifts highest-ever victory margin to Karunanidhi” (May 16, 2011), said: “While the DMK leader polled 33,145 votes, late Parisutha Nadar got 30,317 votes [in the 1962 ...

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