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Wednesday, March 16, 2005
VICTORY AT LAST
THE EXPECTED HAS happened in Jharkhand with Chief Minister Arjun Munda winning the vote of confidence in the State Assembly. Yet the final figures, 40 for the National Democratic Alliance and 37 for the United Progressive Alliance, tell a story ...
A GRATUITOUS SNUB
UNITED STATES PRESIDENT George W. Bush begins his second term by promising to follow a multilateral approach to international affairs. Then he nominates a strident unilateralist, John Bolton, for the post of U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. ...
Leader Page Articles
By V. Jayanth
The time has come to step up the level of monitoring and regulation to ensure that States are not saddled with too many sub-standard, self-financing engineering colleges.
The $600 billion man
By Paul Krugman
Republicans appear unlikely to win public support for the plan to privatise social security in the United States. But the Republicans' loss may not be the Democrats' gain.
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