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Friday, January 14, 2005
MORE THAN ANY natural disaster before it, the December 26 tsunami was especially cruel on children. Large numbers of children perished because they could not run away from the waves quickly enough or were unable to reach out to life-saving ...
THE COMMUNIST PARTY of India (Marxist) has done well to dissuade Mulayam Singh from chasing the elusive dream of a non-Bharatiya Janata Party, non-Congress `third front.' This is not the first time the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister has floated ...
Leader Page Articles
Targeting food subsidies again
By Madhura Swaminathan
Ending open-ended procurement and making all PDS grain available at the APL price, with a subsidy to the poor through food coupons, are likely to undermine the entire national system of food security.
An act of God?
By Hasan Suroor
The tsunami disaster has again raised the philosophical question: is there God?
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