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Thursday, July 14, 2005
Mr. Advani turns the tables on RSS
In politics, unlike fiction, there can be no concluding chapter, no final victor. A month ago, defeat stared Pakistan-returned, alleged member of a forbidden fan club, Lal Krishna Advani, in the face. Under fire from party and parivar for ...
The realities of offshore services
The "thematic essay" on offshoring of information technology (IT) services, which the annual review (2005) of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) has presented, holds valuable lessons for policy-makers in India. Attention has been focussed on the ...
Leader Page Articles
The State Bank of India going on 200
By Amiya Kumar Bagchi
The SBI should be allowed to go on being a bank for the big company and the small borrower, the e-savvy customer and the poor man seeking the help of another customer to fill up his bank scroll.
Shadowy men and public spaces
By Harish Khare
Political parties are public institutions, not personal arrangements among private individuals. The BJP cannot be allowed to get away with the argument that its relationship with the RSS is its "internal" matter.
Migrants issue back under the spotlight
By Sushanta Talukdar
Implications for Assam of the Supreme Court order striking down the Illegal Migrants (Determination by Tribunals) Act.
Tsunami relief with understanding
By Santhosh Srinivasan
THE FISHERMEN in Chinnurpettai, a small hamlet of about 63 households near the Tamil Nadu-Pondicherry border in South India, jointly owned and operated six motorised plastic boats, before the December 26, 2004 tsunami destroyed their ...
Reformers and hardliners
By Neil Clark © Guardian Newspapers Limited 2004
If you orientate your foreign policy towards the U.S., you will be a "reformer." If you run your country for the benefit of your people you will be called a hardliner.
Science needs leaps of faith
By Henry Gee © Guardian Newspapers Limited 2004
A HUNDRED years ago, a manuscript arrived at the German science magazine, Annalen der Physik . Its title was Zur Elektrodynamik bewegter Korper (On the electrodynamics of moving bodies) and the author was an office worker called ...
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