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Saturday, March 02, 2002
Horror in Gujarat
THE HORRIFYING SCALE of violence reflecting in the communal carnage as angry mobs launched vicious reprisals for the Godhra train massacre which has seen several cities and towns of Gujarat go up in flames has also shown a virtual collapse of ...
Save the past
AT A TIME when the world has begun to take special care of its heritage, India continues to be callous to its treasures. Bodh Gaya, one of the holiest lands for Buddhists, will most probably not be included in the latest UNESCO ...
Leader Page Articles
By C. Rammanohar Reddy
Are the numbers in the budget reliable?... It takes just a couple of examples from the fine print to indicate that the answer is "no".
Finding the resources II
By Gail Omvedt
There must be evidence clear to the people that economic reforms are starting at the top... that those running the show have a commitment to the nation and the collective welfare and not just the future of their families.
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