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Thursday, October 21, 2004
THE IRON MAN COMETH
IT SPEAKS FOR the panic in the Bharatiya Janata Party that it has turned for help to Lal Krishna Advani the man who, 14 years ago, set the BJP on the belligerent path of Hindutva, thereby rewriting the course both of his party and the ...
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FAST-FORWARDING INDO-VIETNAMESE TIES
THE HISTORIC OCCASION of the golden jubilee of the Nehru-Ho Chi Minh meeting in Hanoi has provided a valuable opportunity for India and Vietnam to review the whole gamut of bilateral relations so that they can be put on a fast track. The bedrock ...
It is a close race
By Bhargavi Shiva
With less than two weeks to election day in America, the Bush-Cheney strategy of creating a fear psychosis seems to have had an impact.
Exploitation on tap
By George Monbiot
Why is Britain using aid money to persuade South Africa to privatise its public services?
An opportunity for Sonia Gandhi
By Harish Khare
NEW DELHI, OCT. 20. The ostentatious deadlock over the question of chief ministership in Maharashtra constitutes another opportunity for the Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, to redefine the quality of her leadership: she can remain a cheerful ...
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