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Sunday, June 09, 2002
War talk takes its toll
Those who thought that whipping up war hysteria is a cost-less flexing of muscles are beginning to realise that this is a double-edged sword, writes C.Rammanohar Reddy.
Every drop counts
The availability of petroleum products is critical in any such emergency situation. Sushma Ramachandran reports.
Bilateralism the casualty
By K.K. Katyal
The outcome of the Armitage mission to India and Pakistan is to be hailed, primarily because it helped avert the threat of war. Also because it contained a promise for reduction of tension even though it may be a slow, calibrated process. ...
Paying the piper
The country would lose thousands of crores, if not more, for launching a war, says Sandeep Dikshit.
Scaring them away
When people are afraid to even visit India, which investor will risk putting his money, asks Alok Mukherjee.
Weapons of the weak
By Sudhanshu Ranade
Strange though it might seem, the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf's threat to use nuclear weapons against India was an "admission" of weakness rather than a show of strength. It was on this logic that Pakistan acquired nuclear capability in ...
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