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Sunday, January 11, 2004
Needed, a touch of realism
If India and Pakistan are to keep on the new course, those who wish for peace should not push optimism to unsustainable levels, writes KESAVA MENON.
Working the peace
Prime Minister Vajpayee has made a bold departure from the script. Opposition can come only from within the Sangh Parivar. A view from New Delhi by AMIT BARUAH.
The General's burden
The latest 'deal' with India rests entirely on the shoulders of Pervez Musharaff. B. MURALIDHAR REDDY on the Pakistan scene.
Too early to celebrate
By Inder Malhotra
Neither the loud drums heralding early Lok Sabha elections accompanied by oodles of lollipops and sops for voters nor the festivities around the conference of Non-resident Indians have dampened the excitement over the outcome of ...
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