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Friday, September 02, 2005
A flawed constitution fans disaffection
It might not matter at the moment that Sunni representatives on the committee mandated to draw up Iraq's new constitution rejected the final draft. They are not members of parliament while the Kurd and Shia parties have enough strength in the ...
A balanced scorecard
On the face of it, there is nothing substantially new in the Reserve Bank of India's Annual Report 2004-05 on the state of the economy. The annual report has the dual role of reviewing the macro economy and discussing the working of the central ...
Leader Page Articles
Energy security and the search for new options
By M.R. Srinivasan
Efforts have to be stepped up to leverage emerging technologies to tap new and existing sources of energy better.
The new Vietnam at sixty
By Tran Trong Khanh
A victim of war, Vietnam looks beyond the past and forward to the future. It has adapted strategically and sensibly to the changing environment. A constructive member of the comity of nations, it is integrating proactively with the world economy.
Pakistan's religious parties losing ground?
By B. Muralidhar Reddy
FOR THE first time in decades, Pakistan's religious parties and organisations appear to be seriously threatened by government measures to curtail their influence. This is evident from their increasingly belligerent tone towards President Pervez ...
Elections: don't expect too much
By Simon Tisdall
AS THE international political year begins anew, the democratic election season has arrived with a vengeance. This fact would not necessarily please the playwright, George Bernard Shaw. In his view, "Democracy substitutes election by the ...
Climate change adds to Africa's woes
By John Madeley
Climate change has been identified as the latest addition to Africa's difficulties.
Letters to the Editor
Nuclear issue: "India is a unique case"
The United States Ambassador to India, David C. Mulford, is a finance expert who has also served as an official in the Treasury Department. In an interview, Mr. Mulford spoke about the nuclear deal and related issues. Excerpts:
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