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Thursday, February 03, 2005
CONGRESS GAME PLAN
COMMON SENSE SUGGESTS that no political party fighting three simultaneous elections will want to open up a fourth front. The Congress evidently feels up to the adventure, for it has chosen precisely such a moment to do battle with the Mulayam ...
THE RECENTLY CONCLUDED annual festival in Chennai is a felicitous reminder that music continues to be a way of life for hundreds of performing artistes and thousands of ordinary people. There is, of course, a refrain heard from music buffs and ...
Leader Page Articles
Congress big dreams
By Vidya Subrahmaniam
The Congress reached out to friends when the arc lights were trained on the BJP. Back in media glare, it seems unwilling to show the same warmth to them.
The takeover in Nepal
By Kanak Mani Dixit
It would have been a much more popular and realistic move for King Gyanendra to have brought the bickering parties together at this critical juncture.
Nepalis want democracy, not monarchy
By Yogendra Yadav
The key to the future of Nepal after the dismissal of the Deuba Government and the imposition of Emergency lies in a question that everyone finds difficult to answer at this stage: how would the Nepali citizen respond to this act of the King? The ...
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