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Regulating the capital market better
The recommendations of an expert group appointed by the capital market regulator to suggest amendments to the Securities and Exchange Board of India Act, 1992, if accepted and implemented, will plug some of the loopholes in capital market ...

New alignments in Nepal?
The possibility of an alliance between Nepal's political parties and the Maoists brings fresh hope of an end to the illegal and unconstitutional rule of King Gyanendra. The seven-party coalition against the King has only cautiously welcomed an ...

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Understanding a controversial legislation
By M.S. Prabhakara

While admitting the opportunism that went into the making of the Illegal Migrants (Determination by Tribunals) Act, 1983, the political circumstances that had made it necessary at that point of time cannot be ignored.

The cockpit of future conflicts
By Martin Jacques

SIX YEARS ago, when I was last in Japan, the issue of China barely ever featured during conversations. China now looms large in the Japanese mind. It evokes a complex of emotions, from surprise and confusion to fear and defensiveness. While ...

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`Talibanisation' bid in a Pakistan province
By B. Muralidhar Reddy

The NWFP Assembly's passing of the Habra Bill, seeking to enforce adherence to Islamic laws, has caused ripples in Pakistani society.

The British war crimes case is right
By Robin Cook

The prosecution of British troops helps to protect their own lives in Iraq.

Banish religion from public life
By Polly Toynbee

Now, as the death cult strikes again, Tony Blair must act.

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