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'Red Austin knew more about the Constitution than most Indians'

'His death leaves a void in the hearts of all those who care about India and its great experiment with rule by the people.' 'He was one of the last of the generation of American scholars on India......

President Pranab's address to Parliament: The transcript

President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday addressed the first joint sitting of Parliament as mandatorily required under the Constitution after the general elections. The address is the political,......

'Narendra Modi is both a very exciting and polarising figure'

'Modi's campaign has been strikingly devoid of anti-Muslim rhetoric. After the kutta pilla incident, it has been several months since he said something horrible about the Muslims of India. It is......

The implications of President Park's state visit to India

South Korean President Park Geun-hye’s visit to India will enhance economic and military ties between the two countries and give the relationship a strategic dimension, says Jiye Kim. South......

Limits to India's engagement with China

Dr Manmohan Singh would be faced with very few choices in Beijing given the Chinese conceived notions of the world today and India’s low ranking in their calculus, says Srikanth Kondapalli.......

'We have had one bad year, we will get out of it': Dr Singh

The most immediate cause of worry is the recent volatility in foreign exchange markets, says Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. Let me begin by stating upfront that we, like most other countries, are......

'Bangalore phobia' will hurt Western economies

Rather than creating hurdles, America and Europe must thank Indian IT firms for coming to their rescue and increasing the productivity of their corporations, says Sanjiv Kataria. The Indian......

The answer to Maoism? People-friendly growth

The challenge of Maoism can be met with equitable and inclusive socio-economic progress, writes B G Verghese.The Supreme Court on May 7 ruled that natural resources were national assets that......

Climate talks: The story so far

Amid the complete breakdown of the Bangkok talks, Lumumba D'Aping, deputy chairperson, G-77said, "We will not walk out of the talks. We represent 80 per cent of the population of the world, and our......

FTP: Sharma, industrialists to meet on Aug 10

The board of trade, which boasts noted industrialists like Anand Mahindra, Ajim Premji and Y C Deveshwar as its members and is headed by commerce and industry minister Anand Sharma, will meet on......

Games security stayed in shadows, kept focus on sport

From ordinary police on the beat to the shadows of Britain's security establishment, the sighs of relief are almost audible. Terrorism is an act of theatre, an adage goes, but thanks to firm and......

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Each time you eat chicken, you could also be consuming a cocktail of antibiotics. A lab study released by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE)... ...

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World's first malaria vaccine to hit markets soon

LONDON: The world's first malaria vaccine will be available in the market by next year. Pharma company GSK has submitted a regulatory application... ...

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The sidelining of agriculture

The assault on Indian agriculture is now global. While successive governments have deliberately ignored agriculture for almost two decades, the... ...

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US sending dirty coal abroad

Coal from Appalachia rumbles into this port city, 150 railroad cars at a time, bound for the belly of the massive cargo ship Prime Lily. The ship... ...

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'When bacteria and virus can work so well together, why can't we?'

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