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Saturday, February 07, 2004
BRINGING ABU SALEM HOME
WHEN ABU SALEM was arrested in Lisbon in September 2002, the excitement in India about his detention was tempered by doubts about whether he would be sent home and to justice. There were a few reasons for the palpable undercurrent of pessimism. ...
QUALITY OF STATISTICS
AT A TIME when official statistics are frequently cited to argue that the Indian economy is booming, it is worth reflecting on the quality of the economic data generated by the state agencies. Frequent and large revisions of the gross domestic ...
Leader Page Articles
Nuclear noose round Pakistan's neck
By Pervez Hoodbhoy
Pakistan will have to put its nuclear house in order with strict and complete accountability, regardless of rank or reputation.
Engineered impact assessments?
By Sagar Dhara
Environment impact assessment should be replaced by conflict assessment. The former belongs to a world view that is nature-unfriendly.
A trade boom beckons Kolkata
By C. Raja Mohan
As the Government unveils one of its last foreign policy initiatives this weekend in Phuket, Thailand, it is ironically Kolkata of the Left Front that stands to gain the most. Once among the top commercial centres of Asia, it now has a chance to ...
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