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Friday, February 11, 2005
THE OUTRAGEOUS ATTACK on S.A.R. Geelani is not merely "disturbing" as the Supreme Court has observed. It also raises the gravest of suspicions. It is well known that the acquittal of the Delhi University lecturer in the Parliament attack case ...
BANGLADESH'S CONFRONTATIONIST POLITICS has given rise to an intolerance in public life that is alarming. The recent killing of S.A.M.S. Kibria, a former Finance Minister and a prominent member of the Opposition Awami League, in a grenade attack ...
Leader Page Articles
Reconnecting across the Atlantic
By Vaiju Naravane
Does Condoleezza Rice's new, softened tone towards the French indicate a genuine change in the substance of U.S. policy or is it just a tactical response prompted by the difficulties encountered in Iraq?
New anti-global warming tool
By Kate Ravilious
By bouncing more incoming sunlight back into space we could buy time to sort out global warming.
INSIDE ITALY - I
`Pocket multinationals' looking to India
By Siddharth Varadarajan
Rome: In the old joke about capitalism, culture and cattle you know the one where the Indians worship theirs, the Nazis shoot yours, and the Swiss have none of their own but charge interest for storing the cows of others ...
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