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Sunday, November 02, 2003
A dangerous mix
While the liquor lobby is powerful in all the States, the cartels formed by the retailers have of late begun to tell on Government revenue, writes Suresh Nambath.
Karnataka has made efforts to check tax evasion and the sale of "seconds". A. Jayaram reports.
In Kerala, the liquor tade has its roots in caste and communal politics, says Girish Menon.
Favouring a few?
Complaints abound about the way the liquor industry is run in Andhra Pradesh. W. Chandrakanth takes a look.
India is a model for our present age: Hungarian PM
ON THE eve of his official visit to India, the Hungarian Prime Minister gave an interview to
An interim separate state
By Nirupama Subramanian
CHENNAI, NOV. 1.Only those who believed that the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) had toned down its demands will be surprised by the proposals for an "interim self-governing authority" that the group gave to the Sri Lankan Government on ...
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