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Thursday, February 19, 2004
A FAIR BEGINNING
THE CONSTRUCTIVE AND sober manner in which India and Pakistan re-started discussions at the official level offers hope that they will move steadily towards a resolution of outstanding issues. The two countries appear to have struck a fine balance ...
OVER TO BANGALORE
BY FIRMLY REJECTING the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa's plea to have the two disproportionate assets cases against her transferred out of Karnataka, the Supreme Court has underlined the rule of law significance of its November 2003 ...
Leader Page Articles
Women and the law
By K.T. Thomas
Whenever a law is made very stringent under the pressure of emotionally surcharged social reactions, there is the danger of its misuse.
The subsidy-tariff tangle
By Sripad Motiram, Vamsi Vakulabharanam & Vijay Prashad
While the tariff-subsidy regime ensures that the state in the U.S. intervenes to benefit agro-business, in India, the state has had to withdraw.
NEW NUCLEAR ORDER
India determined to contribute to new nuclear order
By C. Raja Mohan
NEW DELHI, FEB. 18.While India has cautiously welcomed the seven-point nuclear agenda unveiled by the United States President, George W. Bush, last week, concrete cooperation with the U.S. awaits many clarifications from Washington. As a new ...
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