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Sunday, June 27, 2004
Going back to get ahead
The BJP has decided to go back to Hindutva. But will this be enough to stage a comeback? Neena Vyas on the party's plans for the future.
The Vajpayee innings
Mr. Vajpayee was the BJP's bridge to the entire non-Congress political spectrum, says Harish Khare.
The Modi factor
What explains Narendra Modi's strength and longevity despite a seeming proliferation of detractors? Jyotirmaya Sharma on the man and his methods.
Bhopal: was the drama necessary?
By Kalpana Sharma
A two-page press release, issued on June 23 by the Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers, marked the end of a week of high drama. It stated that the Government of India had no objection to a U.S. Federal Court asking Union Carbide to clean up the ...
Commute capital punishment
By Garimella Subramaniam
Chennai: The death sentence awarded to the accused in the case of rape and murder of the 14-year-old Hetal Parekh in Kolkata in 1990 has understandably raised a controversy. Of course, the guilty must be punished to ensure that the ends of ...
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