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Thursday, July 24, 2003
Rocky road to peace
THE ROAD TO India-Pakistan peace is as full of hidden mines and booby-traps as any stretch of the Line of Control. Aside from killing eight Army personnel, including a brigadier, and injuring two three-star generals, a two-star general, a ...
Building better airports
KEEPING UP THE tempo, the Andhra Pradesh Government has taken the initiative to kick-start the Rs. 1,162-crore new international airport for Hyderabad. The Centre too has got active again on the restructuring and expansion of the international ...
Leader Page Articles
By V. Suryanarayan
The `riots', which began on the night of July 24, 1983, saw Sri Lanka go up in flames... the prolonged conflict has brutalised society.
Rebels make a comeback
By Juan Forero
Shining Path is reappearing in new graffiti, campaigning in Peru's outback and launching attacks that have shaken the country and created fresh problems for the President, Alejandro Toledo, whose Government is increasingly unpopular.
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