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Arrest this negative trend
India and Pakistan have wisely decided not to make too much of the flare-up on the Line of Control, although they have put out contradictory versions of the incident. In allowing the problem to be sorted out at the battalion commander level, the ...

Wetlands and climate change
Climate change poses a threat to all ecosystems. In the case of the wetland ecosystem, not only will the water bodies and their economic benefits be lost; they could directly contribute to climate change by releasing a large amount of trapped ...

Leader Page Articles
If you are an Iraqi, how do I kill thee?
By Ramesh Thakur

Neither the Iraqi government nor the coalition forces have deemed Iraqi lives lost worthy enough to be counted accurately.

News Analysis
Kosambi and the discourse of civilization
By Sabyasachi Bhattacharya

The polymath’s most enduring and wide-ranging contribution to the interpretation of Indian history was his approach to the idea of India as a civilization.

Breaking the secret safe of Lake Baikal
By Tatyana Sinitsyn

It was a historic event. On July 29, humans reached the bottom of Lake Baikal, the world’s deepest and cleanest fresh water lake, for the first time ever. Even if it had not reached the lake floor, the dive would deserve an entry in ...

OUT OF LONDON
How they fought for a photo-op with Obama
By Hasan Suroor

Though the logic of the Obama team in giving priority to Tony Blair was simple, there was little that Downing Street could do but to swallow its pride.

Corrections and clarifications
The second paragraph in an AP report “Singapore devours eating contest” (“Newscape” page, July 29, 2008) was “About 300 competitive eating fans roared as local favourite Kobayashi of Japan slammed ...

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