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Tuesday, July 01, 2003
THE ACQUITTAL OF all the 21 accused in the Best Bakery fire, which was part of the post-Godhra Gujarat carnage, is the culmination of a sloppy prosecution marred by interference from members of the ruling establishment. After crucial witnesses ...
The mysteries of Mars
IN 1672, WHILE observing Mars through his telescope, the Dutch astronomer, Christiaan Huygens, noticed a white spot, probably one of the planet's polar caps. Some 15 years later, he would write a book discussing what was required for a planet to ...
Leader Page Articles
Misleading the people
By Prakash Karat
The Vajpayee Government has been secretly negotiating with the Bush administration and misleading the people... Participation of Indian troops in the subjugation and re-colonisation of Iraq will spell the end of an independent foreign policy.
Of land, people and security
By Wasbir Hussain
The need is for a comprehensive dialogue with Bangladesh... Dhaka must be made to understand India's security concerns, which are difinitely linked to the migration issue.
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