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Saturday, July 13, 2002
Signal against terror
THE ARREST OF the MDMK chief, Vaiko, under the newly-enacted Prevention of Terrorism Act for his manifestly defiant and provocative pro-LTTE speeches has shown that the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, meant business when she wrote to the ...
The scourge continues
THERE IS SOME room for optimism in the global fight against AIDS though the bleak news continues to dominate. The danger is that without renewed efforts to contain the spread of the HIV virus, the affliction of AIDS is going to worsen and not ...
Leader Page Articles
By Dipankar Gupta
What is significant is that the French public sector is not just public, but is also efficient and functions well.
Hear the lunatic fringe too
By Hasan Suroor
The idea that unpalatable views need to be shut out in the larger interest of society belongs to a different age.
Focus on regional diplomacy
By C. Raja Mohan
NEW DELHI, JULY 12. Having signalled India's renewed political commitment to improve relations with the smaller neighbours, the External Affairs Minister, Yashwant Sinha, must now develop a strategy of "positive unilateralism'' to transform the ...
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