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Wednesday, September 22, 2004
AHEAD BY A SHORT HEAD
BARELY FOUR MONTHS after the 14th general election, Maharashtra is in high-stake campaign mode presenting a challenge to the party that heads a coalition government at the Centre as well as an opportunity to its principal national rival, ...
DOWN THE CRICKET LADDER
IF ANY FURTHER confirmation was needed that India's one-day cricketing status has hit a disquieting low, its mediocre performance in the ICC Champions Trophy provided this. It may have lost only narrowly to Pakistan, but this is India's third ...
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A satellite to serve students
By N. Gopal Raj
The launch of EDUSAT could lead to a revolution in the education sector. Students in rural areas stand to benefit the most.
Education in Pakistan
By B. Muralidhar Reddy
The easiest thing for the establishment is to falsify history and point fingers at the enemy outside, real or created.
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