Jaswant Singh

  • The September 7 bomb blast at the entrance to the High Court in New Delhi was a macabre finale to a summer of crisis. Previously, weeks of anti-corruption protests launched by Anna Harare, and supported by the countrys rising middle class, had brought Indias government to a virtual standstill. This ...

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  • The image, caught on home video, is a defining one: a hunched Osama bin Laden, in pathetic, lonely domesticity, with a grey beard and a blanket covering him like a shawl, surveying the television wasteland for images of himself. How banal this epitome of evil turned out to be. That is why Osama's ...

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  • Japans nuclear disaster has fuelled fear and uncertainty among the worlds producers of nuclear power. For India, an energy-starved country, much is at stake. That fear factor has two main causes. Although nuclear power ranks as a clean source of energy, it is accompanied by the terrible shadow of ...

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