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Tuesday, January 18, 2005
MAKING SPEED WITH BROADBAND
FOR THE TELECOM sector, price cuts, and substantial ones at that, have become a familiar routine that has seen domestic long distance and international telephone call charges dropping to just one-tenth of what they were ten years ago. With the ...
REVOLT IN JD(S)
THE REVOLT IN Karnataka by four second-rung leaders of the Janata Dal(Secular) against the party president, H.D. Deve Gowda, might have been prompted by their sense of alienation within the organisation. But the issues raised in this process ...
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Doubts and assurances on globalisation
By N. Ravi
For long, mainstream economists dismissed any downside to free trade as far less significant than the benefits flowing from it. What Paul Samuelson's paper has done is to suggest that the critics might have a point after all.
Elections in Iraq
By Hamid Ansari
The strategy of the 16-party United Iraqi Alliance is to institutionalise Shia majority and defer confrontation with the U.S. to a later stage.
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