>> In the Op-Ed page interview, If unwittingly we err, history will not forgive us (Dec. 12, 2013), the second question — By opting to sit in opposition in Delhi, are you shying away from the task of delivering on your ideals? — and the answer to it, got merged in the answer to the first question. It was an editing error.

>> BJP report pitches for poll tie-up with TDP (Dec. 12, 2013) said the Parkal seat was won by the TRS by a margin of 20,000 votes. Actually, the margin of victory was 2,000 votes.

>>A sentence in Is keeping animals in captivity slavery? (S&T page, Speaking of Science column) read: “The state of Colorado in the U.S. wanted in 2008 to establish a law … be given the some constitutional rights that a human being enjoys.” It should have been same constitutional rights.

>>In the Business page report, Eli Lilly enters branded generics; launches four cancer drugs (Dec. 11, 2013), the name of one of the new drugs the company had launched was given as Ininotecan. It should have been Irinotecan.

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