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    Editorials
    Quitters don't win, but winners do quit
    The resignation of the newly elected president of the Keeripatti panchayat in Tamil Nadu is another reminder of the deep-rooted caste prejudices that, from time to time, nullify the constitutionally mandated efforts at empowering Dalits through ...

    It is time the BJP looked inward
    Given the Bharatiya Janata Party's talent for bedlam, it is a relief that the party has restricted its hysterical opposition to Lalu Prasad to a three-day boycott of both Houses of Parliament. Party leaders were undoubtedly aware that any further ...

    Leader Page Articles
    The bank and the big bang
    By P. Sainath

    Privatisation of water will destroy countless small farmers. It will hand over agriculture to the rich and corporations.

    News Analysis
    Dabhol ghost haunts Maharashtra
    By Kalpana Sharma

    The clearance for the Enron-led conglomerate to set up the Dabhol power project under conditions skewed in favour of the multinational has landed Maharashtra literally in the dark.

    Fallujah, Iraq's very own Guernica
    By Jonathan Steele and Dahr Jamail

    Ruined, cordoned Fallujah is emerging as the decade's monument to brutality.

    Now Germans are the Gastarbeiters
    By Luke Harding

    Rising unemployment has meant that many Germans are now "guest workers."

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