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Friday, June 13, 2003
Blows to peace
WAGING PEACE HAS become hazardous and demanding, like perhaps at no other period in recent memory. Hardly a week after the handshake for peace in the deserts of Jordan in the presence of the American President, the Middle East has plunged back ...
Time to make things happen
IN A DELAYED exercise, the Planning Commission has finalised Tamil Nadu's annual plan outlay of Rs. 7,000 crores for 2003-04, almost three months after the State budget was presented in the Assembly. Though the Planning Commission has now ...
Leader Page Articles
LAW AND SOCIETY
Reservation for all?
By Rajeev Dhavan
Any `class' designated for uplift through reservation must suffer both `disadvantage' and `discrimination'.
The Emergency and the Sangh
By Arvind Rajagopal
The Emergency rendered the Jana Sangh, the BJP's predecessor, respectable, and paved the way for it to enter the mainstream of Indian politics.
India must review Myanmar policy
By Soe Myint
In 1988, India was one of the first of Myanmar's neighbours to condemn the military repression against pro-democracy activists during the nation-wide uprising. The Indian Embassy in Yangon encouraged Myanmarese student activists to cross into ...
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