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Wednesday , October 10 , 2012
 
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Tireless strategist

mayors across the United States of America are now in the driving seat for Obama’s re-election as president. After losing several state governorships, the US House of Representatives and some Senate seats to Republicans two years ago, mayors from the Democratic Party have moved in to fill that void...   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor
Keep the faith
Sir — The article, “Brief history of India” (Oct 5), by Ashok Mitra, was a splendid description of the history of India in the making. Mitra’s concern for the country’s declining culture of secularism ...  | Read.. 
 
New life
Sir — Ajay and Shobna Mathur’s 18-year-old daughter was declared brain dead after her two-wheeler was hit by another vehicle ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

SEVEN WISE MEN

Some advisors can make a big difference to the functioning of a government. Those with specialized knowledge and skills can b...   | Read..
 

STAYING ALIVE

There is still a lot of life left in Venezuela’s socialist crusader, Hugo Chavez, who won another historic mandate in the cou...   | Read..
 
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Quote of the Day
However much writers may disagree in style, you might reasonably think that English ...  | Read.. 
LAW
Licence to sell
Remember Operation Sunshine? “Think back to 1996,” says Shaktiman Ghosh, the all India president of the National Hawkers’ Federation. “Back then, the West Bengal government ha...  | Read.. 
 
Legal FAQs
Q: Our promoter has not demarcated the garage spaces, resulting in confusion among flat owners. Is he liable for the demarcation? What action can we take against him?...  | Read.. 
 
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