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Saturday, May 12, 2007
Political tour de force
It was `subaltern' power on spectacular display across Uttar Pradesh. Mayawati's Bahujan Samaj Party defied sceptics to win an astonishing 200+ of 403 seats on the basis of a vote share exceeding 30 per cent. The BSP pulled off this brilliant ...
Leader Page Articles
Judicial reform in the Indian context
By V.R. Krishna Iyer
There is no reason why we should not have a Performance Commission for the judiciary.
Beyond winners and losers in U.P.
By Harish Khare
The verdict will need to be understood in the larger context. The Uttar Pradesh voter has introduced a new element of clarity and unambiguity.
The final destruction of the neocon project
By Geoffrey Wheatcroft
Americans are sick of the unrepentant arrogance of this elite. But the realisation has come at a very heavy cost.
Corrections and Clarifications
In a report "Chaudhury's petition for full Bench" (`International" page, May 9, 2007), the first paragraph was: "Acting Chief Justice of Pakistan, Rana Bhagwandas, constituted a full Bench on Tuesday to hear the constitutional petition by Chief ...
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