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Wednesday, September 03, 2003
Blasts and breakthrough
THE MUMBAI POLICE deserve the nation's commendation for the swift and apparently decisive breakthrough in the investigation of the dreadful twin bomb explosions that shook the metropolis on August 25. This is no mean achievement given the fact ...
A limited deal on drugs
THE AGREEMENT AT the World Trade Organisation to make patented medicines available at affordable prices to the developing countries comes with so many conditions that it will be surprising if it does lead to drugs needed to tackle public health ...
Leader Page Articles
By Harish Khare
Pakistan's involvement and its intractable hostility to our safety and security is an old song. But we cannot keep on wringing our hands in despair, petitioning the "international community" to do something about Islamabad.
U.N. can heal Iraqi wounds
By R. Kannan
For the Iraqis, a more hands-on U.N. involvement will signal the beginning of the end of the occupation. And for the occupying powers, it will not only mean sharing authority but also the burden of winning the peace.
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