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Friday, July 16, 2004
MAKING THE CESS WORK
MOBILISATION OF RESOURCES through the levy of a cess is only one, although important, step towards universalisation of elementary education. Much work remains to be done in designing the right curriculum, creating and maintaining the necessary ...
HEADING FOR CHANGE
WITH OVER TWO-THIRDS of the votes in Indonesia's first direct presidential elections already counted, the results may be known in the next few days. But one thing is clear the country wants a change from the three-year-old leadership of ...
Leader Page Articles
Terror in schools
By Mythily Sivaraman
Corporal punishment as an acceptable part of schooling is deeply entrenched in the Indian social psyche.
A foreign policy for the East
By C. Raja Mohan
Political pressure from Kolkata and some creative thinking in New Delhi can transform Siliguri and Kalimpong in north Bengal into hubs of trade and travel between India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, and China.
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