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Friday, September 10, 2004
A PARADIGM SHIFT
ISLAMABAD'S DECISION TO move away from the long-hardened position that it would not develop a meaningful relationship with India until the Jammu and Kashmir issue is resolved must be heartily welcomed. As Pakistan's Foreign Minister Khurshid ...
THE REVELATION THAT there has been a sharp rise in the prevalence of high blood pressure in the United States over the last decade must prompt a closer review of the public health challenge hypertension poses worldwide. Extrapolating health data ...
Leader Page Articles
Farmers' distress: causes & cures
By M.S. Swaminathan
Education, social mobilisation and regulation are necessary to arrest the expansion of the agrarian crisis.
The Chechens' American friends
By John Laughland
The Washington neocons' commitment to the war on terror evaporates in Chechnya, whose cause they have made their own.
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