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Wednesday, February 09, 2005
GROWING AND YET GREEN
IF MANY THEORISTS are convinced that economic growth is impossible without making compromises on environmental policy, those who hold a counterview can draw support from the recently released Environmental Sustainability Index (ESI) of nations. ...
NEW RULES FOR THE GAME
SCIENCE IS SET to prevail over subjectivity in relation to one of cricket's most contentious issues: chucking. From March 1, 2005, the new rules of the game will allow a greater latitude to players who bend their arm while bowling. Bowlers will ...
Leader Page Articles
Cash for class at Oxbridge
By Hasan Suroor
Plans by the universities of Oxford and Cambridge to cut down undergraduate places for domestic students and increase the intake of foreign candidates who pay more have stirred a controversry.
How we should pursue happiness
By Natasha Walter
We can increase the sum of human happiness - but as a side effect of other pursuits, not an end in itself.
Defeating the anti-defection law
By K.V. Prasad
NEW DELHI: The decision of the Congress to reward two former Bharatiya Janata Party legislators with ministerial berths in the newly-installed Pratapsinh Rane Government in Goa is perhaps the first calculated move by a political party to ...
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