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Wednesday, July 09, 2003
BY SETTING ASIDE the controversial Delhi High Court judgment quashing the CBI chargesheet against the three Hinduja brothers, the Supreme Court has paved the way for the trial to begin in the Bofors case. The chargesheet was shockingly quashed ...
THE DECISION OF the international rating agency, Standard and Poor's, to keep India's ratings below investment grade seems to have been guided more by certain well-known macro-economic failings and less by the optimism on the external economy, ...
Leader Page Articles
Capping a 'movement'
By Harish Khare
Mr. Vajpayee and his political associates will have to understand that as long as he chooses to be Prime Minister and thereby custodian of the state order, there is no alternative but to take on the VHP.
By M. H. Ansari
The Americans and the British are being accused of lack of planning and incapacity in attending to the basic needs of the public.
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