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Wednesday, June 02, 2004
BROADBAND AND INTERNET ACCESS
INDIA IS A successful model for the growth of mobile phones. Over the past five years tariffs have dropped 90 per cent; and in response the number of subscribers has risen 85 per cent each year to cross 26 million. Yet the experience with ...
SPEAKING UP FOR PALESTINE
WHERE CONTINUITY WILL broadly mark the pursuit of India's relations in the South Asian neighbourhood, a fundamental course correction is needed in policy towards West Asia, as acknowledged by the Common Minimum Programme. This must end the ...
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Continuity and change
By K.K. Katyal
Foreign policy continuity will be pronounced in India's relations with Pakistan and China, while there could be a change of emphasis in the dealings with the U.S. and West Asia.
Poverty and inequality in India
By Himanshu Pandey
The 1990s were not only a lost decade for poverty reduction in spite of higher growth but inequality also increased in so many dimensions.
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