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Friday, June 18, 2004
DISSOLVING CAUVERY TENSIONS
THERE IS A déjà vu to the Southwest monsoon turning out to be the saviour in the running dispute between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu over the sharing of the Cauvery waters. Thanks to a wonderful increase in the rainfall over the Coorg-Mercara ...
A CONSTRUCTIVE STEP
BY AGREEING TO join the Government in Andhra Pradesh, the Telangana Rashtra Samiti seems to have reconciled itself to working with the ruling Congress for pursuing its goal of a separate Telangana State. Having entered the Congress-led United ...
Leader Page Articles
The track to success
By K.K. Katyal
Given the complexities of the India-Pakistan relationship, back-channel diplomacy needs to be employed on a sustained basis.
The urge to modernise West Asia
By Hamid Ansari
Is the U.S. prepared for the consequences of electoral politics in the region, including the possibility of Islamist parties coming to power?
Politics and Rajya Sabha nominations
By K.V. Prasad
NEW DELHI, JUNE 17. What were the compulsions behind the Congress president, Sonia Gandhi's decision to nominate three senior leaders for the coming biennial elections to the Rajya Sabha even though they were rejected by the people in the recent ...
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