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Monday, May 07, 2007
Labour in deeper trouble
Last Thursday's mini-general election in Britain brought more bad news for the crisis-ridden Labour Party and more humiliation for Prime Minister Tony Blair ahead of his forced retirement in July 2007. The headlines said it all. "Labour ...
Ending the war on the roads
The call of the United Nations, on the occasion of the First UN Global Road Safety Week, to reduce death and disability from accidents will have particular resonance in India. As a fast-developing country with high rates of motorisation, it is ...
Leader Page Articles
Key issues in the Sohrabuddin case
By R.K. Raghavan
There is a widespread demand for a CBI investigation into the fake encounter killings in Gujarat. State CIDs all over the country suffer from a total lack of credibility. When a cover-up has been alleged, it should be in the interest of a State gover nment to agree to the transfer so that it can clear itself provided it has nothing to hide.
Global takeovers hit £1 trillion
By Richard Wachman
Reuters and Microsoft deals lead merger mania.
Colby Buzzell, a king among blookers
By Nick Cohen
SOMEWHAT TO my surprise, I've found myself in the vanguard of the Web 2.0 revolution. The organisers of the 2007 Lulu Blooker Prize asked me to be one of the judges. I suspect they couldn't find anyone else. I'm glad they did because blooks carry ...
Travel as the new tobacco-like curse
By Amelia Hill
MARK ELLINGHAM, founder of the Rough Guides and the man who encouraged a generation of travellers to pack a rucksack and explore the world, has compared the damage done by tourism to the impact of the tobacco industry. Mr. Ellingham now ...
Letters to the Editor
"It is a fact that the Tamil people are doing well"
Tamil Nadu Chief MinisterM. Karunanidhiis one of India's seniormost leaders. He completes half a century as a legislator this year. In this wide-ranging interview toThe Hindu, the five-time Chief Minister takes the long view on the defining issues an d leading politicians of the State:
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