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For a two-track response to naxalism
The first meeting of the Standing Committee of Chief Ministers of naxalite-affected States has tried to come to grips with the enormity of the challenge posed by various naxalite or Maoist groups. That seven Chief Ministers plus the Governor of ...

A way out of cable gridlock
Cable television has achieved tremendous growth over the past decade, giving subscribers access to a wide variety of channels, but technological roadblocks have limited its development in recent years. Analogue cable systems have reached the ...

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THE PERSIAN PUZZLE - I
Iran and the invention of a nuclear crisis
By Siddharth Varadarajan

The world has forgotten everything and learned nothing from the charade over weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.

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China, Japan, and a new vision of the U.N.
By P.S. Suryanarayana

CHINESE PRESIDENT Hu Jintao has navigated his country's participation in the United Nations summit held in New York from September 14 to 16 in a clear fashion. Mr. Hu exposed the dangers of the United States' unilateralism and showed up the ...

Some uncomfortable questions
By Kalpana Sharma

ON JULY 14 and 15, Hindustan Times launched its Mumbai edition by publishing the transcripts of an alleged conversation that took place between the two famous Bollywood stars, Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai, on its front page. On July 14, ...

A Prime Minister's road trip and after
By Harish Khare

How do we insulate the pursuit of diplomatic affairs and strategic interests from the vagaries of a domestic discourse that remains mired in sensationalism?

Freedom of speech non-negotiable
By Robert McCrum

Orhan Pamuk's fate is a matter of the gravest international concern. His role as his country's unofficial conscience has placed him at odds with those forces of reaction that oppose Turkey's application to join the enlarged EU.

Is the U.K. Government the obstacle?
By George Monbiot

Corporations are ready to act on global warming but are thwarted by Ministers who resist regulation in the name of the market.

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