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Thursday, September 02, 2004
LESSONS FROM A CLOSE CALL
THE RELEASE OF the seven persons, including three Indians, taken hostage by an extremist organisation claiming to be part of the Iraqi resistance will be greeted with great relief. While the United Progressive Alliance Government is likely to ...
THE DOPING GAME
THE OLYMPIC GAMES at Athens were notable for sporting highs and doping lows. As many as 25 athletes sprinters and long-distance runners, cyclists, short-putters, discus-throwers, boxers, rowers, and above all, weightlifters were ...
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One hundred days of solitude
By Siddharth Varadarajan
If the BJP has not reconciled itself to being in the Opposition, the Congress too sometimes gives the impression of not reconciling itself to the fact that it is now in power.
Russia's women suicide bombers
By Nick Paton Walsh
According to Russian officials, the use of Chechen suicide bombers is proof that foreign Islamic extremists have infested the separatist movement.
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