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Saturday, September 13, 2003
The future of CAS
THE CONFUSION AND disorder that has attended the implementation of the Conditional Access System (CAS) raises significant questions about the manner in which the new cable television regime has been introduced. Deferred in Delhi, resisted and ...
Boosting the religious right
PAKISTAN'S PRESIDENT, PERVEZ Musharraf, might not have given in to the demands of the hard-Right religious forces as yet. But he has treated the religious parties as if they were the foremost representatives of the political class. His approach ...
Leader Page Articles
Clouds over panchayati raj
By Pran Chopra
Panchayats have become local agencies for implementing a plethora of Centrally-sponsored schemes and those drawn up in distant State capitals.
Dealing with debt
By Tony Smith
Argentina has got away with a less-than-stringent deal on its debt burden with the International Monetary Fund; and Brazil looks to follow suit.
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