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Friday, November 28, 2003
MANAGING THE TEST
THE COUNTRY'S TOP management education institutes are shaken by the discovery that the question paper for their prestigious Common Admission Test was put on the street by touts for a price, near the national capital. A question paper leak is the ...
ANOTHER FALLEN HERO
THE NAÏVETÉ OF sections of Western leaders and opinion makers stands exposed by the fading saga of Eduard Shevardnadze, with the inevitable parallels to what happened to Boris Yeltsin, another of the Western heroes, bringing them more ...
Leader Page Articles
LAW AND SOCIETY
By Rajeev Dhavan
The jubilance that the Supreme Court's verdict has averted injustice asserts the pride that the Indian judicial system has the innate capacity to find just solutions. This merits introspective scrutiny.
For a U.N. role in Iraq
By R. Kannan
For the political process to succeed, it is important that any semblance of occupation is removed.
Verdict need not indicate trends in LS poll, feel BJP, Congress
By K.K. Katyal
NEW DELHI, NOV. 27.With pollsters forecasting a mixed verdict, the mainstream political parties, BJP and Congress, are wary of projecting the coming Assembly contests as a curtain raiser for the Lok Sabha elections next year. For the same reason, ...
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