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Monday, July 28, 2003
Personal laws and common sense
THE SUPREME COURT of India has yet again turned the spotlight, fleetingly, on the issue of evolving a uniform or common civil code. It has regretted that Article 44 of the Constitution "has not been given effect to" by Parliament. Everyone knows ...
Leader Page Articles
The News according to Star
By Sashi Kumar
Star News may be making a monkey of regulatory guidelines, but the Indian Media Group initiative is a case of making too much of a public cause of powerful private interests. There are also troubling questions about censoring the other side of the st ory.
History with a twist
By Timeri N. Murari
We are back in the 1950s, and back in history too. Except, instead of bringing people to the jobs, the jobs go out to the people where they live.
Divided by the Indian Ocean
By C. Raja Mohan
PERTH: As the clear blue waters of the Indian Ocean wash the shores of this city on a sun-drenched winter day, a tinge of regret tugs at your heart. For, India is conspicuous by its absence in what has become a welcoming home for its people, ...
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