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Thursday, January 06, 2005
TSUNAMI AND THE NET
THE POWER OF the Internet to knit people in far-flung countries into a truly global community is on display in the wake of the catastrophic tsunami. The outpouring of sympathy and assistance from people in several nations on an unprecedented ...
IN A CLEFT STICK
THE UNITED STATES thought that many of the problems it has encountered in its illegal occupation of Iraq would be solved once an elected government was installed in Baghdad. Now, with less than a month to go before the parliamentary election, the ...
Leader Page Articles
By Maria Aurora Couto
History and memory need to be recovered by both the Hindu and Catholic communities of Goa but not with crude productions that distort and telescope unrelated events to create divisive hatreds.
For a long-term solution
By V. Jayanth
Any rehabilitation scheme for fisherfolk affected by the tsunami can be worked out only through democratic consultation and the participation of the fisherfolk themselves in the decision-making process.
Govindacharya plans awareness programme
By Neena Vyas
NEW DELHI, JAN. 5. Soon after coming to power in 1998 the Bharatiya Janata Party gave up its "swadeshi" economic policy and embraced globalisation, foreign direct investment and all that goes with the World Trade Organisation regime. But, its ...
AN INSIDER'S VIEW
Needed: humane options for orphaned children
By Mari Marcel Thekaekara
NAGAPATTINAM, JAN. 5. Paedophiles love disasters. It gives them the golden opportunity to pick up abandoned children easily. One of the crucial issues that urgently needs a policy paper and a government regulation is the issue of adoption of ...
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