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Saturday, February 11, 2006
A royal farce in Nepal
A nationwide election that could not be held in half the number of districts in the country; which all major political parties boycotted; for which candidates could be found only for a third of the available posts; and which attracted just 21 per ...
Taking `Look East' further
President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam has completed a productive three-country tour in nine days, sharpening India's focus on a dynamic region in pursuance of the `Look East' policy initiated by Prime Minister P.V. Narasimha Rao. The choice of Singapore, ...
Leader Page Articles
Samajwadi Party: light years from Lohia
By Vidya Subrahmaniam
The Samajwadi Party has grown and prospered notwithstanding internal discomfiture over its new orientation. Today while the SP hogs the limelight for the wrong reasons, the BSP is determinedly expanding its base.
Indo-U.S. space cooperation adrift
By R. Ramachandran
If the U.S. is unwilling to relax controls in the arena of space technology, where ISRO stands to gain in commercial terms, why should India yield on the nuclear front?
The battle over a warship continues
By Vaiju Naravane
Opposition is growing in France to the Government's efforts to get theClemenceaudismantled in India.
Journalists and the truth
By Mark Lawson
GEORGE CLOONEY has become the commander-in-chief of Hollywood's anti-Bush forces. In the conspiracy thriller Syriana , he porks up to put his weight as an actor behind the idea that the Iraq war was fought for oil and that the CIA ...
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