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Wednesday, October 29, 2003
A way out of Telecom mess
THE TELECOM REGULATORY Authority of India's proposals for sorting out the mess in mobile and wireless telephony have few surprises, but the recommendations for a movement to a unified licence regime have some rough edges that the Government needs ...
ISRAEL'S RECENT MURDEROUS assault on the Gaza Strip, in which 11 Palestinians were killed and a hundred wounded, marked a further intensification of the violent policy it has pursued. Civilians appear to have been deliberately targeted in the ...
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Challenges to the mining industry
By N.N. Sachitanand
While the private sector is fragmented into small units, which are under-capitalised, ill-planned and unsafe, public sector mining projects suffer from over-manning, poor work culture and political interference.
The U.S. in Iraq
By Hamid Ansari
The parallels with Vietnam are uncanny. The grandiose plans of a New Middle East seem to unravel in the sands of reality.
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