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Tuesday, June 29, 2004
A PALACE COUP
THE PALACE COUP that saw the exit of Pakistan's Prime Minister, Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, reminds everyone that real power vests in the military-dominated establishment not in the elected representatives of the people of the country. ...
THE RECONSTITUTION OF the Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee appears to be one last desperate attempt by the Congress high command to contain rampant factionalism in the State unit. In a reversal of its earlier policy of pleasing different ...
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Education: beyond review
By K.N. Panikkar
Even if the NCERT books are withdrawn, there is still a large space in which communal ideas have a free play.
Tough U.S. presidential race ahead
By Gary Younge
The race for the American presidency is likely to be won painfully, vote by vote and with old-fashioned canvassing.
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