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Monday, April 11, 2005
LOOKING BEYOND THE BOUNDARY
THE VISIT BY Premier Wen Jiabao to India the first by a top Chinese leader after the generational change of guard in Beijing is an excellent opportunity for both sides to reiterate that the bilateral relationship is increasingly ...
MISSING, A HOLISTIC VIEW OF TRADE
NO MAJOR CHANGES were expected from the annual supplement to the foreign trade policy that was unveiled by Commerce Minister Kamal Nath on Friday. The five-year Foreign Trade Policy (FTP) presented on August 31, 2004 was the United Progressive ...
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Crisis in Lebanon
By Chinmaya R. Gharekhan
Unless the political and religious groups display wisdom in tackling the crisis that developed after Rafiq Hariri's assassination, Lebanon could slip back into a civil war like the one it experienced from 1975 until 1990.
Voter disconnect with `Westminster Village'
By A Special Correspondent
As the British general election draws near, two things are becoming clear: voter turnout will be depressingly low, and Labour's lead is narrowing.
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