>>A sentence in the third paragraph of “The bandwagon effect” (From The Readers’ Editor column, Sept. 16, 2013), read: “But, a substantial … election is for 534 different constituencies, ...” It should have been 543 different constituencies.

>>The full form of HFCs is hydrofluorocarbons. It is not hydrochlorocarbons as given in “The business of climate change” (Sept. 12, 2013).

>>A sentence in a letter that appeared under the headline “ Love ‘jihad’ “ (Sept. 12, 2013, Letters to the Editor) read: “According to Islam, luring a na-mahram (people you can’t marry) is haram (prohibited).” The letter writer, Tanzeem ul Hasan, has written to clarify that namehram means all women one can marry.


The bandwagon effectSeptember 16, 2013

The business of climate changeSeptember 12, 2013

Love ‘jihad’September 12, 2013

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