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Friday, March 04, 2005
LTTE AND CHILD SOLDIERS
FEW FORMS OF child abuse are more abhorrent than the practice of training and sending children into armed combat. Yet the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam has got away with the forcible recruitment of child soldiers, some of them as young as nine ...
BASEL II AND CONTAINING RISK
BANKS IN INDIA have recently been asked by the Reserve Bank of India to adopt, by March 31, 2007, a new, proactive, approach towards risk management as laid down by the Basel Committee on Bank Supervision, an internationally recognised body of ...
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LAW AND SOCIETY
Choosing Chief Ministers
By Rajeev Dhavan
Political parties should refrain from bringing constitutional governance to a halt simply because the Governor's discretion was not exercised in their favour.
HIV: needle exchanges work
By Mike Trace & Ruth Runciman
American strongarm tactics threaten to scupper successful U.N. harm reduction drug programmes.
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