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Saturday, January 10, 2004
THE RECENT CONGRESS Working Committee meeting ended with an unambiguous message: the party will pull out all the stops to forge a broad alliance, either by building formal partnerships or by striking limited seat adjustment deals with other ...
VANDALISM IN PUNE
THE CRIMINAL RANSACKING of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute by activists of the Sambhaji Brigade on Monday in Pune is yet another instance of the growing fragility of the liberal space in India. The vandals who destroyed precious ...
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SAFTA: a perspective
By Muchkund Dubey
The SAFTA agreement can make South Asia a magnet for foreign investment and lead to a restructuring of the economies.
The severity of SARS
By N. Gopal Raj
No one still knows with any certainty which animal harbours the SARS virus and from where it made the leap into humans. That knowledge is essential for monitoring and curbing the virus.
Focus on India, Pakistan CBMs
By C. Raja Mohan
NEW DELHI, JAN. 9.After the Islamabad summit, the next phase of India-Pakistan diplomacy must necessarily focus on a variety of confidence-building measures which could help maintain the momentum of the peace process amidst the preparations in ...
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