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A BREAKTHROUGH CRICKET SERIES
THE INDIAN CRICKET team's convincing victory over Pakistan in the fifth and deciding match of the Samsung ODI series on Wednesday night predictably set off celebrations round the country. Even as Indian fans in Lahore burst firecrackers to ...

SAVING THE TIGER
THE TIGER, THE largest of the cats and the embodiment of feline beauty, graceful movement and power, is India's national animal. William Blake was moved to write a paen to its "fearful symmetry," and Jim Corbett's tales recreate the fear and ...

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WORLD VIEW
India and the U.S.-Pakistan alliance
By C. Raja Mohan

New Delhi needs to develop a credible strategy to influence the American domestic debate on the implications of designating Pakistan a major non-NATO ally.

J&K: legalised discrimination
By Arvind P. Datar

There is no legal or moral justification for granting special rights to "permanent residents"and denying them to others.

News Analysis
SRI LANKA ELECTIONS - II
Arithmetic and alliances
By Nirupama Subramanian

COLOMBO, MARCH 25. Buddhist flags line the road into a rich neighbourhood in the Sri Lankan capital where the Hela Urumaya (HU), or National Heritage, has its election office in a well-appointed home. A stream of shiny cars constantly ...

RESPONSE
A counterpoint to Dr. Swamy
By Syed Shahabuddin

Dr. Subramanian Swamy (Redefining Secularism, March 18, 2004) has confused a social process with a constitutional principle. Secularism, as introduced by the Founding Fathers of the Republic meant non-identification of the state with a religion ...

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