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Tuesday, June 24, 2003
THE UNSEEMLY HURRY palpable in the Kanchi Sankaracharya's latest initiative for bringing about a negotiated settlement of the Ayodhya issue provides a throwback to March 2002 when the seer was set on a similar mission by the Vajpayee regime to ...
Taj and threat
WHILE IT IS a matter of relief that entertainment parks, restaurants and shopping malls will not spring up behind India's best-known monument, it remains bewildering how anyone could have even conceived of such a ludicrous scheme. It is difficult ...
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Lessons of empire
By Amitav Ghosh
India is faced with the prospect of re-enacting one of the ugliest and most repugnant aspects of its colonial history... India has much to lose and nothing to gain from this.
By S. S. Gill
The move to extend reservation to the poor among the forward castes not only goes against the basic concept of affirmative action, it also violates the spirit of the Constitution.
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