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Monday, February 02, 2004
KERRY AS FAVOURITE
UNITED STATES SENATOR John F. Kerry has emerged as the favourite to win the nomination of the Democratic Party for the 2004 presidential election after back-to-back victories in the Iowa caucus and the New Hampshire primary. It was not just the ...
AN INTERIM BUDGET
WITH THE VAJPAYEE Government going in for a vote-on-account ahead of the elections, Railway Minister Nitish Kumar's interim budget was not expected to do anything radical. It has not. There are no proposals to increase either fares or freight, ...
Leader Page Articles
Phoney arguments, propaganda blitz
By K. K. Katyal
Early electioneering has been characterised by a mixture of the petty and the substantive. In the absence of self-discipline, legislative measures and codes of conduct will make little difference.
Outsourcing and its fallout
By Sridhar Krishnaswami
IT WAS a small paragraph tucked away in a massive and overdue spending bill that had its share of politics and pork barrel projects. But what the United States Senate cleared recently by way of an Omnibus Spending measure, and the White House ...
Foreign policy for the people
By C. Raja Mohan
NEW DELHI, FEB. 1.Diplomacy has long ceased to be the exclusive preserve of the foreign offices. Amidst a new wave of globalisation, many forces are driving their own agendas in world affairs. Non-governmental organisations have become a ...
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