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Saturday, May 28, 2005
A positive turn in Assam
The tripartite ceasefire agreement among the Centre, the Assam Government, and the National Democratic Front of Bodoland is one more incremental step towards the settlement of an issue that has added to the unrest and violence in the State and ...
For common labour standards
The European Parliament's vote to scrap the opt-out clause from the law that regulates working time is a welcome step towards universalising labour standards across the European Union. Conversely, insistence by Britain's Labour Government on ...
Leader Page Articles
Security Council reform: a bridge too far?
By Siddharth Varadarajan
India, Japan, Germany, and Brazil will have a tough time pushing their draft resolution on U.N. Security Council reform through.
No welcome for them in Assam
By Sushanta Talukdar
The influx of illegal Bangladeshi migrants has again taken centre stage.
America's broken nuclear promises
By Robin Cook
George W. Bush has done his utmost to frustrate talks on the non-proliferation treaty.
What's happened to hitchhiking?
By Duncan Campbell
A revival of hitchhiking would increase respect, cut global warming and improve educational standards.
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