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Tuesday, April 09, 2002
THE SURGE OF intolerance and lawlessness sweeping across Gujarat since the Godhra massacre, even as a defiant Narendra Modi regime has remained negligent of its basic constitutional responsibilities, has touched new heights, with the hallowed ...
An affront to the democratic spirit
BY ANY TEST of genuine democratic ethos, the decision by Pakistan's President, Pervez Musharraf, to seek political legitimacy through a referendum is unwise. In fact, Gen. Musharraf's controversial move is out of sync with his own record of being ...
Leader Page Articles
To Arafat, in anguish
By Mushirul Hasan
The erstwhile victims of the Holocaust are today the worst perpetrators of violence and aggression.
What went wrong? II
By Gail Omvedt
The coming of a new industrial society and the rise of science and technology should have made possible a life of prosperity for all... But this did not happen.
Gujarat and freedom of the press
By Kalpana Sharma
No one should be surprised at what happened in Gujarat on Sunday when a peace meeting at Sabarmati Ashram led to a dozen journalists being beaten up by police. This is the culmination of the breakdown of dialogue that began much before the ...
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