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Tuesday, May 18, 2004
MANMOHAN SINGH'S ATTEMPTS to calm the stock markets, although shorn of specifics, were initially successful. Promising to do everything to promote the health of the stock market, he urged investors not to panic. By noon on Monday, when the former ...
SILENT REVOLUTION IN KERALA
THE RESULTS OF the Lok Sabha elections in Kerala stand out for two reasons. First, in a State known for close contests, the sweep by the Left Democratic Front led by the Communist Party of India (Marxist) marks a dramatic departure from the past. ...
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Towards a common programme
By A. Vaidyanathan
The CMP should concentrate on strategic issues, especially those that concern the less-well-to-do segments, and on articulating how these will be addressed by the new government.
British media and the Iraq war
By Hasan Suroor
All the media casualties have been in the anti-war camp. Restraint is the new watchword.
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