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Thursday , October 18 , 2012
 
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Games China plays

The 50th anniversary of the 1962 India-China border conflict provides an appropriate occasion to reflect on border differences between the two countries and the outlook for the future. India’s view of China is heavily etched by the 1962 events. At the strategic level, the distrust of China is deep, with China’s policies since 1962 reinforcing the general belief ...   | Read..
 
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Lotus eaters
Sir — The state government’s decision to declare a 10-day-long holiday in government offices — club ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

LAWLESS

The stink is rising in Sri Lanka. Already in the eye of the storm for its human rights abuses during the 2009 war against the...   | Read..
 

GREY AREAS

Peace talks are often prolonged affairs, but that is no reason for losing hope. It would be premature to assume that the late...   | Read..
 
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Ruled by a tainted lot
The former prime minister, Indira Gandhi, had created a stir when she had said that corruption is a part of life. How true we...  | Read.. 
OPED
The golden rules of clarity and brevity
Brevity: n. 1 economy of expression; conciseness. 2 shortness of (time etc.) — The Concise Oxford English Dictionary...  | Read.. 
 
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