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Thursday, January 20, 2005
REBUILDING THE TOURISM infrastructure and reviving an industry that provides livelihood to large numbers of people is a significant part of the ongoing efforts of governments to rehabilitate tsunami-hit areas in some of the Indian Ocean states. ...
CASE AND CLOSURE
WHAT BEGAN WITH a judicial bang has ended with an administrative whimper. The shocking decision of the Central Bureau of Investigation to file a closure report in the Taj Corridor case in which former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister ...
Leader Page Articles
Saying no to aid
By Vaiju Naravane
Many in the West were offended by India turning down offers of aid immediately after the tsunami. Is this a carryover of the colonial mentality?
Will we see a new Bush?
By Jonathan Freedland
Previous occupants of the White House have sometimes used their second term differently, replacing a narrow agenda with one that seeks to serve the longer term national interest.
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