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Thursday, May 09, 2002
Myanmar's democratic alternative
THE CONSIDERED MOVE by Myanmar's military junta in releasing the country's celebrated protagonist of democracy, Aung San Suu Kyi, at this juncture has not really made any epochal impact on the consciousness of the international community. Two ...
A welcome step
INDIA'S BATTLE AGAINST non-biodegradable wastes has now taken a different turn with Tamil Nadu joining a list of select States that have taken steps to put an end to the widespread havoc caused by non-recyclable plastics. The proposed Bill to ban ...
Leader Page Articles
Options on the Pak. border
By C. Raja Mohan
The only credible option for India is to simultaneously signal its readiness to go to war to end cross-border terrorism and a willingness to seriously negotiate on Kashmir.
India's gas deficit
By Bhamy V. Shenoy and A. Madhavan
Pipelines could be the friendship lines of the future in the Asian region.
A new dawn for East Timor
By Kofi Annan
At the stroke of midnight on May 19, 2002, the world will welcome East Timor into the family of nations. It will be a historic moment for East Timor, and for the United Nations. A proud and resilient people will realise a dream common to ...
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