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Phone tapping issues
The controversy over the tapping of the telephone of the Samajwadi Party General Secretary, Amar Singh, is a disquieting reminder of the urgent need to review the safeguards of the surveillance system. The circumstances of the case, in which a ...

Stability in the changing environment
Recent developments in India and outside have redefined financial stability to mean more than just the avoidance of crises and posed new challenges to the central banks in framing macro-economic policies. Nowadays, it is seen as a condition in ...

Leader Page Articles
In Sri Lanka: seeding the clouds of war
By R. Hariharan

The LTTE is using the same tactics to set the stage for an offensive against the Sri Lankan Army that it employed against the IPKF.

News Analysis
Naveen Patnaik Government under fire
By Prafulla Das

The Kalinga Nagar incident has put the already strained BJD-BJP relationship under further pressure.

Militancy adds to political uncertainty
By Haroon Habib

The upsurge in Islamic militancy in Bangladesh is set to cast a shadow over the next general election, expected in a year.

Aid an adjunct to occupation
By Ghada Karmi

THE LAST month has seen a flurry of high-level activity designed to fund the Palestinians under occupation. A private sector investors' conference took place in London to discuss ways of boosting the Palestinian economy. It followed the G7 ...

Strong introductions in writing
By David McKie

DEAD. THAT was what the Chicago Tribune 's City News service was found to be as the New Year dawned. It had operated as an agency service since 1890, but, as was reported from Washington on Monday, the Tribune , which has owned it ...

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