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Tuesday, September 30, 2003
State's role in basic servics
THE PROVISION OF basic services in education, health, drinking water, and sanitation has not been increasing rapidly in the developing world. As a group, the developing countries may be on course to achieving the U.N. Millennium Development Goal ...
INSATS - Flying High
THERE IS ONE more Insat communication satellite in space. The Indian Space Research Organisation's newest bird, Insat-3E, was successfully put into orbit early Sunday morning aboard Europe's Ariane 5 rocket. Operations to move the satellite to ...
Leader Page Articles
By M.R. Srinivasan
Even after 50 years of planning, the country has not achieved self-reliance in energy supply.
Anti-war movement in a new phase
By Vidya Ram
The sense of defeat felt by some in the anti-war movement when the war on Iraq first started has evaporated and has been replaced by a strong sense of optimism and a determination to hold Tony Blair and his Government to account.
INSIDE THE TROUBLED EAST - I
A town sitting on a powder keg
By V.S. Sambandan
MUTTUR: Sri Lanka's most volatile spot in the ethnically mixed eastern region, Muttur, about 15 km south of Trincomalee, symbolises all that can go wrong with the fragile peace process. During the 17 months of ceasefire, this dusty hamlet has had ...
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