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Wednesday, April 14, 2004
WHERE INDIA DOES NOT SHINE
THE SUPREME COURT judgment ordering fresh investigation and trial in the Best Bakery case and shifting the trial to Maharashtra is the finest example of the apex court's restatement of the importance of citizenship, human rights, the rule of law, ...
A MASS UPRISING
THE IRAQIS HAVE risen en masse against the neo-colonial occupation of their country by the United States and its smattering of allies. Washington deceives itself and seeks to deceive the world when it claims that the forces of the ...
Leader Page Articles
By Harish Khare
The apex court has given a recipe for a new polity. But there cannot be one unless Mr. Vajpayee is willing to show the commitment.
Rwanda: the victim's licence
By George Monbiot
If we really wish to ensure that it "never happens again," we must judge people by what they do rather than by who they are.
India's options in Nepal
By C. Raja Mohan
NEW DELHI, APRIL 13. As the crisis in Nepal deepens amidst a growing confrontation between the monarchy and the political parties, the rising influence of the Maoists, and brazen attacks on Indian targets, the Government will soon have to rethink ...
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