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Saturday, December 14, 2002
Need for impartial evaluation
THE THREAT OF military action against Iraq would appear to have been pushed back till scrutiny is completed of the extensive documentation submitted by Baghdad to the United Nations weapons inspectors, and judgment passed on whether this ...
Regulation of biodiversity
WITH THE PASSAGE of the Biological Diversity Bill 2002 by both Houses of Parliament, the legislative infrastructure is now in place for a sustainable use of India's bio-resources that would aid conservation and simultaneously provide remuneration ...
Leader Page Articles
Decline of the Cabinet system
By Anil Nauriya
When the Cabinet system loses its sanctity, any coterie, political or non-political, can supersede it. This has implications for economic policy as well.
Setback to the Bofors trial
By Arvind P. Datar
In important and sensitive cases, there is a greater burden on the Supreme Court to convey the impression that the law is no respecter of persons and that the scales of justice are applied evenly to all.
A perceptive writer, a fine teacher
By C. Rangarajan
In the death of Prof. S. Swaminathan, the world of economic journalism has lost a perceptive writer who had a deep understanding of the functioning of the economy. Readers looked forward to reading his column week after week. His columns were ...
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