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Tuesday, September 16, 2003
What next for the WTO?
A FIASCO IN 1999 at Seattle and now a collapse at Cancun in 2003 speak poorly of the World Trade Organisation. After two major failures at ministerial conferences in the past four years, the WTO now faces a crisis of legitimacy. This is a crisis ...
BY REPRIMANDING THE Gujarat Government for not showing seriousness in its appeal against the acquittal of the 21 accused in the Best Bakery burning case, the Supreme Court has validated the apprehension of the National Human Rights Commission and ...
Leader Page Articles
By R.K. Raghavan
The Best Bakery case has renewed concerns about the relationship between the police and the prosecution... the two could conspire to sabotage justice in its widely perceived sense.
Oh, to be British!
By Hasan Suroor
Once entertained only on the fringes of the far Right, the idea has now been enthusiastically embraced by the Tony Blair Government.
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