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Monday, February 27, 2006
A tortuous quest for justice
Justice, at last. After four years of tortuous twists and turns, what is most striking about the Best Bakery case is not the conviction of nine of the 17 accused brought to trial, but the effort that went into securing the ends of justice. ...
Protection to seafarers
The new labour standard scheduled for adoption by the International Labour Organisation at its ongoing 10th maritime session in Geneva a decennial event with tripartite participation from 100 member countries is appropriate in the ...
Leader Page Articles
From "China fear" to "China fever"
By Pallavi Aiyar
China's deft diplomacy is drawing other nations to it: as a model for development, a source and destination for investment, and a trading partner.
Toxic cockpit fumes that bring danger to the skies
By Antony Barnett
Dozens of pilots have flown while dizzy, nauseous and suffering double vision on crowded passenger flights. The cause is contaminated air and it can strike without warning - but the cases have been kept from the public.
History against art
By David Smith
Author Dan Brown is expected in London for plagiarism case.
Letters to the Editor
"U.S. administration sees itself as being outside the rule of law"
Amnesty International Secretary GeneralIrene Khanis the first woman, the first Asian, and the first Muslim to head the world's largest human rights organisation. In an interview in New Delhi recently, she spoke of the dangers of American policies, th e need to reform the U.N. system, and India's human rights record. Excerpts:
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