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Wednesday, October 13, 2004
LOOKING FOR A BREAKTHROUGH
THE EMERGENCE OF People's War leader Ramakrishna from the jungles to a hero's welcome marks yet another step in the Andhra Pradesh Government's progressive move towards restoring peace in the troubled parts of the State. Until now, Chief Minister ...
TRADE SANS QUOTAS
THE 30-YEAR-OLD textiles quota regime under which the developed countries, the United States and the countries of the European Union, practised discrimination against major textile exporters such as India and China will disappear, as scheduled, ...
Leader Page Articles
A new internal security agenda
By Harish Khare
The Indian state's obligation to protect itself and its citizens has to be anchored in the democratic sentiment. There can be no basic conflict between the interests of the state and those of the citizens.
U.S. security plan rests on hope
By Peter Galbraith
America does not have the troops to deal with North Korea and Iran.
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