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Thursday, October 02, 2003
THE DEPARTMENT OF Telecommunications is in a spot over its permissive handling of the case of fixed service operators providing subscribers the freedom to use their phones beyond the local area, usurping a mandate available to cellular phone ...
LTTE's hunt for legitimacy
SINCE THE CURRENT peace process in Sri Lanka began some five years ago, one of the strategic aims of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) has been to win legitimacy and parity of status with the Government of Sri Lanka. The Tigers have won ...
Leader Page Articles
Ban on strikes: A judicial excess?
By V.R. Krishna Iyer
Within socially sensitive bounds and liberal legal limits, the right to strike has a permissible home in Indian jurisprudence.
Undercurrents in Iran
By Hamid Ansari
The ground reality is that one generation has authority while another, constituting the overwhelming majority, has demands. These have to be reconciled.
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