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Thursday, June 06, 2002
A Welcome initiative
THE DISMAL CLOUDS that hung over Almaty about a collapsing relationship between India and Pakistan seem to be gradually dispersing. Just when it appeared that the leaders of the two countries could not even follow the ordinary protocol of ...
Terms for a truce
ALTHOUGH THE ANDHRA PRADESH Government has conceded the demand of the People's War Group (PWG) of naxalites that the Government should be represented by political leaders rather than bureaucrats in any dialogue with the militant outfit, the broad ...
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Drawing America into Kashmir
By C. Raja Mohan
In the unfolding high level engagement with the U.S. in the next few days, New Delhi must focus not only on getting Gen. Musharraf to implement his promises but also on preparing the ground for a final settlement of the Kashmir dispute.
Lies in times of war
By Kalpana Sharma
Under the cloak of "war" or "national security", democratic governments resort to undemocratic means.
Pausing at the brink
By K.K. Katyal
To say that the diplomatic effort initiated to prevent an armed conflict between India and Pakistan will be tough and delicate is to stress the obvious. The first indication was provided by the queer spectacle at Almaty, the venue of a ...
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