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Clean energy
The United States of America wants India to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Developed countries are and will remain the world’s major polluters. The US accounts for 24 per cent of global carbon emissions, China 24 per cent, Russia 6 per cent, Japan ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Darkness falls
Sir — The report, “Rain legacy; power crisis”, (July 12), does not provide a convincing explanation ...  | Read.. 
 
Damage control
Sir — The London and Glasgow incidents have had a damaging impact on business process outsourcing i ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
NOT THAT CRUDE
After making him wait for 14 months, the petroleum minister finally made R.S. Sharma chairman and managing director of Oil an...| Read.. 
 
NEW FIGURES
It’s that time of the year for the numbers game. The most satisfactory answer to the question, “How bad is the HIV/AIDS situa...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
From food to fuel
The era of cheap food is over. The price of corn (maize) has doubled in a year, and the cost of wheat now is at its highest i...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
It turned out that, following the Crucifixion, far and away the most commercially successful area of publishing was religious book! Up until 33 AD it had been gardening and desk diaries, but since the Resurrection it had been religion, definitely. — ALAN COREN