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Friday, June 10, 2005
The Hurriyat visit and beyond
The ongoing visit to Pakistan of several leaders of the All-Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) has belied the negative expectations of those outside and inside government who felt the exercise might somehow compromise India's interests. Not only ...
The message is clear on interest rates
More than a month after the Reserve Bank of India unveiled its annual policy statement for 2005-06, there are very few indications of the way interest rates are headed even over the short term. The RBI announced a 0.25 percentage point hike in ...
Leader Page Articles
France casts shadows across the Bosphorous
By M.K. Bhadrakumar
A sense of unease prevails that Turkey will have to settle for a vastly different European Union than it may have sought.
From military coups to people's coups
Latin America's political elites need to accept the new reality that power has passed from the drawing room to the street.
Legislation should redefine `industry'
By R. Gopalakrishnan
Major policy issues are best decided by the legislative and not the judicial process.
A conciliatory approach to ending disputes
By Sriram Panchu
With overburdened courts and escalating levels of conflict, mediation is an idea whose time has surely come.
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