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Tuesday, February 28, 2006
A sense of complacency
If there is one sentiment that comes through in the pre-Budget Economic Survey presented to Parliament by Finance Minister P. Chidambaram, it is a sense of complacency. With the economy coasting along at a healthy rate a growth rate of 8.1 ...
Ploughing a lonely furrow
When people have nowhere to go, they usually choose to go home. But for the Democratic Indira Congress (Karunakaran), a breakaway party of the Congress in Kerala, this is a difficult choice to make. With the Communist Party of India (Marxist) ...
Leader Page Articles
The nuclear deal: what if it falls through?
By Placid Rodriguez
The U.S. has more to lose than India if the deal does not come through. America needs Indian scientists and technologists to revive its nuclear sector.
George Bush go home
By Arundhati Roy
It's not in our power to stop Bush's visit. It is in our power to protest it, and we will.
"We cannot accept safeguards on our indigenous fast breeder programme"
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh says the decision on what facilities may be identified as civilian will be made by India alone, and not by anyone else.
By Lucy Siegle
From hemp to corn, the hunt is on for the "greenest" clothes material.
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