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Friday, July 30, 2004
INDIA HAS TO brace itself to deal with the caprices of the 2004 monsoon. After an early onset and reasonably good rainfall in June, the monsoon's progress has been uneven during the agriculturally crucial month of July. While floods have ravaged ...
AFGHANISTAN'S PRESIDENT HAMID Karzai ran a political risk when he refused to take Vice-President and Defence Minister Mohammed Qasim Fahim as his running mate for elections to be held on October 9. Mr. Karzai's decision was widely perceived as a ...
Leader Page Articles
The Furies come to life
By M.S. Prabhakara
For years, public opinion in the Northeast has protested against the Armed Forces Special Powers Act but to no avail.
Healing of a great wound
By Peter Avis
The first day of August marks the 60th anniversary of the start of the Warsaw Uprising against the Nazis. Nearly 200,000 Poles died in the fighting that lasted until October 2.
PW: Government shedding its soft approach?
By K. Srinivas Reddy
HYDERABAD, JULY 29. The registration of criminal cases by the Warangal police against the three emissaries of the CPI-ML People's War (PW) for their "provocative speeches" during the martyrs' memorial meeting is being interpreted as an indication ...
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