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Friday, February 27, 2004
THE LOK SABHA election has brought about an extraordinary political churning in Tamil Nadu. The confusion on the political scene has given way to a polarisation, leaving only two major fronts in the fray. The national rivals, the Congress and the ...
THE GOVERNMENT'S CONCERN over the initial tepid investor response to the oil companies' shares on offer is understandable. There have been high expectations that the public share offerings of the oil companies along with those of the Dredging ...
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Globalisation and nationalism
By Pratap Bhanu Mehta
Belligerent nationalism feeds on a politics of anxiety. Globalisation, by providing opportunities for international success, has made that anxiety less pressing.
By Subhash C. Kashyap
The amendment to the Anti-Defection Law is notlikely to solve the problem of defectionsand opportunistic politics.
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