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Friday, September 24, 2004
ON THE FACE of it, the United Progressive Alliance Government has fulfilled its promise of repealing the Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA). But what it has really done, in a sort of legal sleight of hand, is to smuggle in most of the provisions ...
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IF THE MEETING of Chief Ministers and Home Ministers of the naxalite-affected States in Hyderabad is a welcome step, it was only to be expected that there would be divergent views on how to handle this major problem confronting the States in the ...
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The women of the Sangh
By Jyotirmaya Sharma
The Sangh relentlessly argues for the liberation, enlightenment, education and employment of Muslim women, something that it rejects in its notion of the ideal Hindu woman.
Foreigners voting in U.S. elections
By Jonathan Freedland
U.S. policy now affects every citizen on the planet. So we should all have a say in who gets to the White House.
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