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Sunday, January 25, 2004
A new dawn in the Valley?
The Advani-Ansari talks should help the hand of all those who proceed with the assumption that international borders cannot be redrawn with blood, writes Harish Khare.
The dissenters remain defiant
Opposition to the talks is strong among sections of the separatists, says Shujaat Bukhari.
NC for inclusive dialogue
THE NATIONAL Conference president, Omar Abdullah, sees the dialogue process as "a long and difficult road". Although "this time the dialogue is taking place at the highest level," there is nothing new, he maintains. The demands made by the All ...
A good beginning, says PDP
FOR MEHBOOBA Mufti, president of the People's Democratic Party and daughter of the Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammed Sayeed, who led her party to victory in the 2002 Assembly election on the slogan of "restoring peace with dignity" ...
Opportunism, not ideology
By K.K. Katyal
The political worthies who claimed, in TV discussions, that the alliances now in the making with an eye on the general elections were signs of maturity and not of the sidelining of ideology were being naive, taking inexcusably a dim view of the ...
Politics, siblings and dynasties
By Inder Malhotra
The hype and hoop-la over the "entry into politics" of the Congress president, Sonia Gandhi's two children daughter Priyanka Vadhra and son Rahul Gandhi (usually mentioned by the party faithful in this order though he is older than her) ...
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