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THE PRIORITIES HIGHLIGHTED in the United Progressive Alliance Government's first official survey of the economy reflect a refreshing change in policy emphasis. The treatment of issues in the Economic Survey 2003-04 is broadly, even if not ...
THE IMAGE OF a breathless, willowy 17-year-old tossing back sweat-soaked tendrils of her blond hair while struggling with her mobile to get through to her mother in Florida even as assorted Wimbledon royalty waited patiently on the green ...
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Universities and scientific research
By N. Gopal Raj
There has long been concern that Indian universities are degenerating into degree-producing machines.
Kerry's running mate
By Jonathan Freedland
John Kerry has picked a strong running mate in John Edwards; millions are hoping the choice will make up for his weaknesses.
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