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Wednesday, August 20, 2003
Nuclear power safety concerns
THE ACCIDENT AT the Kalpakkam Atomic Reprocessing Plant of the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre last January, which the head of BARC has described as the worst in the history of the organisation, raises once more serious issues about safety at the ...
Power cuts and hot spells
THE DEVELOPING WORLD will react with understanding and even sympathy to the type of problems some rich nations are facing just now and apparently not coping with remarkably well. Unannounced power outages, sweltering heat, medical ...
Leader Page Articles
By M.K. Bhadrakumar
Afghan security has come to be defined in terms of Hamid Karzai's extent of authority over provinces outside of Kabul.
Keeping the peace in Liberia
By Tim Weiner
Liberia will not know real peace until the countryside is free of fighting.
PAKISTAN DIARY - III
The two images of Lahore
By K.K. Katyal
Image number one. It was a nightmarish experience to drive on Lahore's Mall on August 14, Pakistan's Independence Day. The posh wide road, with four lanes and side streets, was insufficient to contain the boisterous throngs, using all means of ...
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