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‘Almost all charged for Gujarat unrest are Muslims’

All but one of 240 people charged under an anti-terror law in the western Indian state of Gujarat which witnessed bloody sectarian riots last year are Muslims, a report said yesterday.

A year of pluses and minuses

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh gave his government six out of ten for its performance in the first year of its five-year term.

A Kashmiri perspective

In the wake of the Mumbai attacks, our columnist speaks to a man intent on building peace in his conflict-ridden region.

A Kashmiri perspective

In the wake of the Mumbai attacks, our columnist speaks to a man intent on building peace in his conflict-ridden region.

Public passions still running high

Fuelled by an incessant outpouring of public anger at the Nov 26 Mumbai carnage, political rivals put aside their differences to devise measures to prevent further terror attacks.

Public passions still running high

Fuelled by an incessant outpouring of public anger at the Nov 26 Mumbai carnage, political rivals put aside their differences to devise measures to prevent further terror attacks.

Sri Lankan war critic gets 20 years' hard labour

COLOMBO (Reuters) -- A Sri Lankan court sentenced a journalist who wrote articles critical of a military offensive against the Tamil Tigers to 20 years' hard labour under anti-terrorism laws critics say are used to stifle dissent.

ISA changes at next sitting

PUTRAJAYA: The amendments to the Internal Security Act (ISA) 1960 will be tabled and debated at the next Dewan Rakyat meeting in March, said Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein.

When the evidence is suspect

The law provides a system whereby the possibility of human error is minimised, if not totally eliminated.

When the evidence is suspect

The law provides a system whereby the possibility of human error is minimised, if not totally eliminated.