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Monday, February 13, 2006
All-India for a rupee
It has always been a successful ploy to lower the price of a product to one rupee, because that is when the price tag is perceived to resonate with value in the eyes of the consumer. Even elections have been won on such a platform. In 1967, the ...
An expensive reversal
For the second time in three years and amid violent protests by trade unions in Strasbourg, the European Parliament recently vetoed by four to one the European Union (EU) draft directive to allow competition among the continent's ports. The ...
Leader Page Articles
Americans and anti-Americanism
By Harish Khare
Whatever may or may not be the Americans' motives, they have revived a four-decade tradition of anti-Americanism in Indian politics.
Russia pushes for larger role in Middle East
By Vladimir Radyuhin
PRESIDENT VLADIMIR Putin's decision to invite Hamas leaders to Moscow has taken the West by surprise and pushed Russia to the centre stage of peace efforts in the Middle East. Mr. Putin's bombshell announcement came at the end of his visit to ...
Letters to the Editor
"Muslim societies must discover a contemporary meaning of Islam''
Ziauddin Sardar, an internationally renowned Muslim scholar and the author ofDesperately Seeking Paradise: Journeys of a Sceptical Muslim, represents one of the most authoritative moderate voices in Islam. Here, in a major intervention on the controv ersy over the cartoons of Prophet Muhammed published in the European media, he explores both sides of the debate and calls for "reformulating" Islam in contemporary terms.
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