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Wednesday, March 27, 2002
A sharp indictment
WHAT THE NATIONAL Human Rights Commission chief, J. S. Verma, has had to say after a visit to the riot-hit areas of Gujarat constitutes a stern rebuke to the State administration for the way it handled the evolving situation in the aftermath of ...
AFTER A YEAR of discussions with the State Governments about their huge dues to central public sector power utilities, the Centre has finally decided to wield the stick by clearing a proposal that would offer the States the opportunity of a ...
Leader Page Articles
Gujarat: a plea and a proposal
By Balakrishnan Rajagopal
The ideal response to the Gujarat atrocity is domestic legal and political sanction... So far the indications are not hopeful... If the mass killers of the Balkans and Rwanda can be prosecuted internationally, why not those of Gujarat?
Situating Arundhati amidst Ayodhya
By Upendra Baxi
It is simply not good enough that small Benches determine contempt. This decision must rest with the entire Court.
Raking up the past
By Sudhanshu Ranade
Forgive and forget has become a popular slogan these days. After the aborted bhoomi puja at Ayodhya on March 15, in an effort to pave the way for an amicable settlement, the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, appealed to people not to go on ...
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