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Monday, July 05, 2004
A FLAWED INSTITUTION
THE CENTRE'S DISMISSAL of four Governors has focussed attention on the long-term distortions that have characterised the appointment, performance and replacement of those who have occupied the constitutional office of Head of State. Statements ...
Leader Page Articles
Chandrababu: image and reality
By P. Sainath
On most indicators, Chandrababu Naidu ran the worst performing State in the south of India for nearly 10 years. Yet the more damage he did, the more his media standing grew.
Saddam and justice on trial
By Mary Riddell
In a courtroom in Baghdad, there are two defendants -- Saddam Hussein and the occupying forces.
The Armitage mission
By C. Raja Mohan
NEW DELHI, JULY 4.The visit by the United States Deputy Secretary of State, Richard Armitage, to India next week will probably be the last high-level visit from the Bush administration before election fever begins to grip Washington. Although ...
An avoidable mess
By K.K. Katyal
NEW DELHI: Sacking of Governors or for that matter, removal of any constitutional authority is a distasteful action. As such, the dismissal by the President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, of four Governors, all appointees of the previous ...
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