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Wednesday, July 10, 2002
Parties and poll reforms
IT IS A matter of supreme irony that the one thing which has united the country's otherwise fractious and bickering political parties is a move aimed at cleansing the polity of criminal and corrupt elements. The all-party meet which was convened ...
Trifling with Pakistan's future
THE PAKISTAN PRESIDENT, Pervez Musharraf, appears to be constantly getting his sums wrong as he now seeks to refashion his country's constitutional order ahead of the general election that must be held by October for a judicially-mandated ...
Leader Page Articles
A Prime Minister and his deputy
By Harish Khare
Things will get messier unless Mr. Vajpayee feels sufficiently tired and allows himself to be stampeded out of office in six months or so.
Monarchy in Nepal
By Sangeeta Thapliyal
The monarchy has emerged as a stabilising factor in Nepali politics.
Politicians close ranks
By Inder Malhotra
What a miracle it is. In this era of inflamed polarisation and bitter contention on almost everything under the sun, there has been sudden and striking unanimity across the entire political spectrum on ``rejecting'' the Election Commission's ...
Neo-liberalism will not suffice
By Prem Shankar Jha
Supporters of economic reforms all over the country will no doubt welcome the decision of the Second National Labour Commission to support an amendment of the Industrial Disputes Act (1977 amendment) that will make it easier for enterprises to ...
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