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Wednesday, December 29, 2004
A POOR RELIEF EFFORT
WHILE INDIA WAS understandably unprepared for the tsunami that came without warning on Sunday morning, this does not explain the inexcusable tardiness in the relief work in some of the affected areas. The tsunami might be a stranger to India, but ...
PEOPLE SOMETIMES BECOME so close to their pets that they can go to extraordinary lengths. A Texan woman has become the first to have her pet, a cat named Nicky that died last year, cloned. She paid a Californian company, Genetic Savings & Clone ...
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Tsunami warning system
By N. Gopal Raj
Joining the international tsunami warning system will help, but even so there will be much that has to be done within the country.
Coping with depression
By Nick Johnstone
'Depressed' describes a debilitating illness. It is not a word to idly bandy about.
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