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Wednesday, February 27, 2002
Steaming up for a long journey
CORRECTING PAST MISTAKES calls for bold departures form the beaten track. The Railway Minister, Nitish Kumar, has commenced a long haul to restore the financial health of India's largest business organisation. On the face of it, the passenger ...
THE ECONOMIC SURVEY of 2001-02 has been prepared at a critical point of time for both the Indian economy and the NDA Government. If one disregards the fanciful prediction of a 5.4 per cent growth rate in 2001-02, according to the Central ...
Leader Page Articles
Encroaching on tribal land
By Kuldip Nayar
In the name of `development', Adivasis are being pushed out from land they have lived on for generations.
Turning urban, staying rural
By K. C. Sivaramakrishnan
Many States find it is better for small towns to be panchayats rather than municipalities, so that they can access the largesse from the Centre.
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