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Wednesday, March 17, 2004
CRICKET TELECAST AND `NATIONAL INTEREST'
PUBLIC FERVOUR FOR cricket, dressed up as national interest, has ensured the relay of the India-Pakistan one-day internationals by Doordarshan. The Dubai-based television channel, Ten Sports, which had bought exclusive rights for five years for ...
VLADIMIR PUTIN'S RE-ELECTION as President of Russia was never in doubt; he had consistently and heavily outscored the five other candidates in opinion polls conducted before the vote on March 14. While the losers complained that his hold over the ...
Leader Page Articles
Mediocre report card on economy
By C. Rammanohar Reddy
By no conceivable standard can the NDA claim to have taken the economy to a new and higher path of growth.
Power balance blown apart
By Simon Tisdall
The change of government in Spain will alter the balance of power within the European Union.
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