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Wednesday, November 24, 2004
ANOTHER PROMISE TO KEEP
FOLLOWING PRIME MINISTER Manmohan Singh's very worthwhile visit to Jammu and Kashmir, it was natural that expectations at his next port of call and the country's other trouble spot, the Northeast, were high. Dr. Singh did not disappoint. In ...
OF DISCRETION AND ALLOTMENTS
BY CANCELLING THE allotment of a plot of land to a Calcutta High Court judge in 1987, the Supreme Court has stepped in to undo an instance of the blatant misuse of judicial authority. The judge had ordered a blanket stay on the allotment of land ...
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"Fast-breeder reactors more important for India"
By T.S. Subramanian
Embargoes have only increased India's self-reliance in the nuclear field, says Anil Kakodkar, Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission and Secretary, Department of Atomic Energy. In a recent interview to The Hindu in Mumbai , Dr. Kakodkar spoke of t he importance of fast-breeder reactors in meeting the country's energy needs. Excerpts:
By Alex Thomson
Somewhere along the line of reporting the "war on terror," things will have to change radically.
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