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Tuesday, October 14, 2003
Boost to India-Thailand ties
BUT FOR THE 1997 economic meltdown, Thailand might have emerged as the leading Asian Tiger among the Southeast Asian countries. Its economy was growing at a robust eight per cent of GDP. The country has now recovered from the problem, though the ...
A Nobel for techniques
ECONOMICS PROPOUNDS MANY theories but has few tools to test the validity of hypotheses proposed. It is inevitable that the discipline often comes up short in offering empirical proof for its theories. For one thing, while economics claims to be a ...
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Oil smoothens a dynasty's rule
By Vladimir Radyuhin
The big game in the Caucasus is bound to gain momentum after the presidential elections in Azerbaijan where both Russia and the U.S. have decided dynastic succession is the best option.
Mercy or murder?
By Vaiju Naravane
In France the medical profession has been calling for some legal framework for the widely practised act of euthanasia.
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