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Renewed terror in Bali
Terror has struck Bali once again, and with it dispelled the notion that terrorists do not strike at the same place twice. When bombs killed nearly 200 people in Indonesia's best-known tourist destination in October 2002, it was thought the ...

An unrealistic prescription
The report of the task force on essential drugs, headed by Proneb Sen, has dealt with major issues relating to the regulatory and price control mechanisms. Its many proposals, including the constitution of a unified National Authority on Drugs ...

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The day Britain lost the plot in Iraq
By Hasan Suroor

The image of a British soldier in flames trying to jump out of his burning tank after it was set on fire by an angry Iraqi mob in Basra on September 19 has increased pressure on Prime Minister Tony Blair to withdraw the troops.

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Nobel prize's changing landscape
By Jon Henley— © Guardian Newspapers Limited 2004

Perhaps the best indication that the peace prize makes a difference is the fact that it has managed to maintain its prestige.

Encroaching on individual freedoms
By Nirupama Subramanian

It is inexplicable that Chennai seeks to position itself as a gateway city of the future but, at the same time, wants to clamp down on even a hint of cosmopolitanism.

Viewing health as an inalienable right
By Kalpana Sharma

The idea of a right to health should foreground policy debates on health care.

For real trade justice
By Peter Mandelson — © Guardian Newspapers Limited 2004

Europe's export subsidies have to end, but don't forget they also provide benefits for developing countries.

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