Corrections and Clarifications — July 20, 2015

July 19, 2015 06:55 pm | Updated December 04, 2021 11:32 pm IST

>>The second deck headline of the article, “ >Cyclone in a teacup ” (July 19, 2015, State View), said: “Telangana demands the imposition of Section 8, while Andhra Pradesh fiercely opposes it.” It should have been: “Andhra Pradesh demands the imposition of Section 8, while Telangana fiercely opposes it.

>>The fourth paragraph of the report, “ >Britain overtly linked Westland deal to aid, U.K. documents show ” (July 17, 2015), said: “Writing to Indira Gandhi in March, Thatcher makes a clear link between the two issues.” It should have been Mr. [Rajiv] Gandhi. It was an editing error.

>>The byline in the Perspective page article, " >Ufa and civil-military relations in Pakistan " (July 15, 2015), should have been Mariana Baabar. The sentence, “Mr. Nawaz Sharif left for Ufa …, after several rounds of talks with the military and ISI leadership, unlike in the past, where Gen. Raheel Sharif was present.” should be recast – dropping the words - unlike in the past - to read as follows: “Mr. Nawaz Sharif left for Ufa …, after several rounds of talks with the military and ISI leadership, where Gen. Raheel Sharif was present.”

>>The third paragraph of “ >Obamacare subsidies get Supreme Court’s nod ” (June 26, 2015) read: “The challenge facing the Court in the case of King v. Burwell was to determine whether it was legal for 6.4 “million people in the 34 States using the federal marketplace to receive health insurance." Actually, 37 States are using the federal marketplace to receive health insurance.

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