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Thursday, October 23, 2003
A strong signal
THE LATEST VISIT by the Sri Lankan Prime Minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe, to New Delhi has brought forth a perceptible change in India's approach to the peace process in that country. Instead of a plain repetition of its commitment to a negotiated ...
Anticipatory bail and justice
THE SUPREME COURT observed recently that the mere filing of a chargesheet by an investigating agency or cognisance of a complaint by a court cannot in itself be a ground for declining anticipatory bail to the accused. In January this year, it ...
Leader Page Articles
Time for a wake-up call
By S. Akbar Zaidi
Pakistan has been left behind, in terms of economic growth, by other SAARC countries and particularly by India.
Sino-Indian boundary talks
By C. Raja Mohan
Conditions seem more propitious today than ever before for rapid progress in the border talks between the two Asian giants.
VHP's specious logic
By Inder Malhotra
NEW DELHI: Although the Vishwa Hindu Parishad's challenge to the rule of law and peace and tranquillity in Uttar Pradesh, especially at Ayodhya, has mercifully been defeated, it has left behind at least three sources of concern that can cause ...
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