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POWER REFORMS TRIP
ONE OF THE early fallouts from Verdict 2004 is the slowing down of the reforms process in the power sector, which ironically was on the verge of taking off. Many States were just falling in line with the stipulations of the new Electricity Act. ...
THE TRANSIT OF VENUS
ON JUNE 8, people in many parts of the world, including most of Asia, Africa and Europe, will witness a rare celestial event the `transit of Venus' that occurs as the planet passes directly between the Earth and the Sun. Venus will appear ...
Leader Page Articles
Jaffna's flawed election
By Nirupama Subramanian
Behind the apparent triumph of ITAK, a proxy of the LTTE, in the Sri Lankan elections is a tale of massive subversion of the democratic process.
By David Leigh & David Pallister
In the face of all the evidence, the Iraq Survey Group is still searching for weapons of mass destruction.
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