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Friday, November 05, 2004
FLIP-FLOPS AND JUSTICE
THE THIRD VOLTE-FACE in as many years by Zahira Sheikh, a key witness in the Best Bakery burning case, might in the end do more damage to her own credibility than to the cause of the prosecution in the ongoing retrial in a Mumbai court. In the ...
TALE OF TWO BALLOTS
AFTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY and bio-tech, it could be the gargantuan exercise of voting and counting that might give India a distinct global advantage. Consider the travails of the world's only superpower in this respect. What Florida was to the ...
Leader Page Articles
Who is afraid of social engineering?
By Hasan Suroor
How is it that "lowering" standards to make an extra buck is all right, but making allowances for bright though socially deprived pupils becomes "social engineering"?
This is now a Bush era
By Jonathan Freedland
Put plainly, the U.S. is moving steadily and solidly to the right.
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