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Tuesday, May 07, 2002
Celebrating a defeat
A FRINGE CONTENDER in three previous elections who turned the main challenger this time, Jean-Marie Le Pen of the far right National Front has been defeated in the country's Presidential election and France can breathe easy. The resurgence of the ...
Cabinet formation in U.P.
AT A TIME when ministerial berths have been reduced to instruments of self-preservation for members of the political class, constitution of a Cabinet is indeed a breeding ground for dissent. If this is becoming the rule rather than the exception ...
Leader Page Articles
India's nuclear balance sheet
By V.R. Raghavan
Nuclear weapons have already proved incapable of conferring great power status on India.
Pakistan after the referendum
By Suba Chandran
The referendum may not be for the democratic polity of Pakistan, but it will certainly result in stability.
Corrupted by cult of negativity
By Swami Agnivesh & Rev. Valson Thampu
Hindus and Muslims, said Gandhiji, were like his two eyes. It is a searing shame that in the Mahatma's land, one eye is trying to gouge out the other. The scandal of Modi's Gujarat should not have happened. It has. But it will be a worse scandal ...
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