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Tuesday, May 24, 2005
No alternative to dissolution
Three months after Bihar voters delivered a split verdict, the State is set to go back to the people. A second election in so short a time is hardly anything to celebrate, not least because of the time, expense, and energy involved. Yet, under ...
Technology vision for banks
A vision document on technology and the financial sector, placed on the Reserve Bank of India's website, enumerates the opportunities available to individual banks and institutions through continuous technological upgradation. By leveraging ...
Leader Page Articles
British Asian life: parodies and stereotypes
By Hasan Suroor
There are real issues of culture and identity and they need to be explored. But is this all Asian lives are about?
The Zeta-Jones photos verdict
By Dan Tench
Last week's U.K. court decision over the wedding photos of Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones did at least clarify the law of privacy.
Many projects, little rehabilitation
By Prafulla Das
The Orissa Government's efforts to speed up industrialisation in the State's backward regions could prove disastrous without a proper rehabilitation package for the affected populations.
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