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Monday, May 23, 2005
A good year but big promises to keep
A year on, the Manmohan Singh Government looks stronger and more credible than it did when it took office following a general election that upset every electoral calculation and poll prediction. It is worth recalling that nobody expected the ...
Leader Page Articles
Newsweek's embedded explosion
By P. Sainath
U.S. standing in the Muslim world was not lowered by theNewsweekreport. Such reports are believed because U.S. standing in the Muslim world is so low. And with good reason.
Parliament `must end its dead rituals'
By Gaby Hinsliff
A commission headed by a Labour peer has criticised many British parliamentary customs and practices as outdated.
One year of the UPA: areas of darkness
By L.C. Jain
The Manmohan Singh Government's performance in agriculture and employment generation needs to improve.
Musharraf's India policy
By B. Muralidhar Reddy
There is concern in Pakistan that President Musharraf has not taken all concerned along in making course corrections to the India policy.
Saying no to a European constitution
By Vaiju Naravane
As the last week of campaigning got under way for the referendum in France on the European constitution, there was palpable nervousness in the "Yes" camp.
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