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Wednesday, February 15, 2006
Storm clouds over budget session
Twenty months after the United Progressive Alliance came to power at the Centre, not much remains of the euphoria that attended that famous victory. The Manmohan Singh Government's first budget was passed amid unpleasant disruptions by the ...
Going beyond the curriculum
The Indian information technology and business process outsourcing industries have been witnessing a galloping growth of 25 per cent a year and they boast a $17.2 billion export revenue for 2004-05. The National Association of Software Service ...
Leader Page Articles
Washington's ever-shifting goalpost
By Brahma Chellaney
With the U.S. moving the nuclear goalpost, the breeder programme is only the first of a series of nuclear energy disputes with India to hit the public eye.
"India must speak up on human rights and rule of law"
By Irene Khan
The Secretary General of Amnesty International criticises the Bush administration's "war on terror" and urges New Delhi to be a fearless, principled international player.
America's plan is to force GM food on the world
By John Vidal
JUST A few years ago, World Trade Organisation officials used to act hurt when described by social activists as irresponsible, secretive bureaucrats who trampled over national sovereignty and placed free trade over the environment or human ...
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