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Monday, February 23, 2004
ZERO CASE FOR EXEMPTION
THE ELECTION COMMISSION should give short shrift to the Home Ministry-inspired official proposal that Deputy Prime Minister L.K. Advani should, in effect, be put on a par with the Prime Minister during the election period and allowed continued ...
TOWARDS THE TECHNOPOLIS
URBAN INDIA IS expanding rapidly with large investments flowing into the Information Technology sector. The boom may only have begun and as more outsourced jobs come, Indian cities are bound to grow even more. The impact of the growth on urban ...
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Fast and furious
By Anil Nauriya
There are several problem areas in criminal procedure relating to case registration, police powers of arrest and magisterial powers to direct investigation.
Pyongyang and proliferation
By P.S. Suryanarayana
North Korea appears set to drive a hard bargain at the upcoming six-party talks on its nuclear programme.
The making of the India, Pakistan joint statement
By K.K. Katyal
Everything has gone right so far, touch wood unthinkable in India-Pakistan dealings. Beginning with the quiet, unpublicised contacts of the Principal Secretary, Brajesh Mishra, and Tariq Aziz from Pakistan, the top confidants of the two ...
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