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Wednesday, March 31, 2004
HIGH RATES OF inflation have cost many a government an election, but the National Democratic Alliance has nothing to fear on this count. The Centre has gone out of its way to moderate the rise in prices, even if this means consumers will have to ...
KARNATAKA ELECTORAL PROSPECTS
ALTHOUGH THE BHARATIYA Janata Party has concluded a seat-sharing agreement with the Janata Dal (United) in Karnataka, its efforts to polarise the popular vote and take full advantage of the anti-incumbency factor in the Congress-ruled State have ...
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Secularism under siege
By K.N. Panikkar
Rather than redefining secularism, what is more compelling is rethinking secular practice, particularly by the political class.
A private matter?
By Hasan Suroor
Is there such a thing as a purely private or academic opinion, which you leave behind at home when you go to work?
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