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Monday, December 06, 2004
RUSSIA AND INDIA used the opportunity presented by President Vladimir Putin's visit to sort out differences that could have damaged the time-tested and healthy relations between them. It is perhaps a reflection of the warm feelings the peoples of ...
FAITH AND FACT
THOSE WHO THOUGHT Uma Bharti might have been subdued by her suspension from the Bharatiya Janata Party after her televised clash with Lal Krishna Advani were evidently wrong. The former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister's passion for controversy ...
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Of many forked tongues
By Jyotirmaya Sharma
The BJP has begun to speak of Hindutva and Bharatiyata interchangeably to make its ideology more acceptable to allies.
Time to get serious on Kashmir
By Teresita C. Schaffer & Howard B. Schaffer
New Delhi and Islamabad need to agree on concrete steps that could change the situation on the ground in Kashmir.
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