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Relations between India and the United States of America are once again at the crossroads. This week's developments in the US House of Representatives and the Senate on the nuclear deal ' announced by Manmohan Singh and George W. Bush last July ' are...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Poor thinking
Sir ' In 'Who are the poor', (June 21), Bibek Debroy quotes from Arun Shourie's book and states t ...  | Read.. 
 
Law and its loopholes
Sir ' It is heartening to note that the Centre is planning to make changes in the Indian Penal Code ...  | Read.. 
 
Cup addiction
Sir ' Ever since the football World Cup started, the media have been covering the tournament as if ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
WINNING STREAK
Mr Lakshmi Mittal's victory in gaining Arcelor has been greeted with jubilation in India, with Messrs Chidambaram and Kamal N...| Read.. 
 
BOLD AND RISKY
Calculated risks are part of peace initiatives everywhere. New Delhi's decision to move towards a ceasefire with the United L...| Read.. 
 
WORDCAGE
 
What we owe to the bat and ball
OK, football is king: just listen to the World Cup roars from Germany. But not in all ways....  | Read.. 
OPED
Tribe against tribe, village against village
The landscape of Bastar is gorgeous. The roads we drove on and walked through went up and down, and curved. Hills loomed in the distance. The vegetation was very lush: wild ma...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
I have never understood this liking for war. It panders to instincts already catered for within the scope of any respectable domestic establishment. ' ALAN BENNETT