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Monday, February 07, 2005
SMOKING OUT THE WEED
THE KING OF Bhutan, Jigme Singye Wangchuk, plans to "cut down on cigarettes" as well he might. Path-breaking legislation has made the tiny Himalayan kingdom the world's first non-smoking nation. It would be embarrassing if His Majesty did not set ...
CONTROLLING Mr. BUSH
GEORGE W. BUSH appears determined to carry the adventurism that characterised his first four years in office into the second term. In his State of the Union Address, he followed up on the theme that formed the core of his speech at his second ...
Leader Page Articles
The threat from bird flu
By N. Gopal Raj
Might the virus be slowly gaining the ability to jump from human-to-human, the one trait it lacks for initiating a pandemic?
No western monopoly on modernity
By Martin Jacques
American dominance is bound to wither as Asia's confidence grows.
Draft CPI(M) resolution on third alternative
By Marcus Dam
KOLKATA, FEB. 6. The need to consolidate the secular and democratic forces through a sustained campaign across the country with an eye on forging a third alternative is one of the cornerstones of the draft political and organisational resolution ...
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