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Friday, February 24, 2006
Tap the unrealised potential
Not distracted by l'affaire Mittal and with the Clemenceau controversy out of the way, the India visit by President Jacques Chirac has sent out a strong signal of the French desire to widen the scope and give depth to its relations with ...
The problem of hostile witnesses
It seemed at first sight an open and shut case. A model who worked as a celebrity barmaid is shot dead at point-blank range after refusing to serve a drink to two young men in a crowded South Delhi watering hole. The man accused of killing her ...
Leader Page Articles
Imagining India as Hindu rashtra
By Jyotirmaya Sharma
Golwalkar's birth centenary celebrations are an opportunity for the RSS and the Sangh Parivar to come clean on their stand about their continued fidelity to the idea of a Hindu rashtra.
Bold decisions, clever moves in Kerala
By C. Gouridasan Nair
The CPI(M)-led Left Democratic Front sees an opportunity in the discontentment of the silent majority. The ruling United Democratic Front leadership is banking on what it believes is a `feel good' factor among the people.
In pursuit of a nuclear deal with India
By Michael Krepon
If the July 2005 agreement-in-principle is about helping India's economy to grow, it will receive support in the U.S. Congress. If it's also about helping India's nuclear arsenal to grow, it will face stiff questions on Capitol Hill and an even tough er challenge in the Nuclear Suppliers Group.
Samarra's tragedy: the past and the future
By Saeed Naqvi
The cameras are on the fallen dome of a great shrine in Samarra and waiting to see if Shias and Sunnis will be at each other's throats.
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