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Wednesday, August 28, 2002
Burden of external dept
IT IS A source of some comfort that India's external debt continues to be at a stable level. According to the latest status paper prepared by the Union Finance Ministry, the stock of foreign debt stood at $98.4 billion at the end of December ...
THE KERALA CHIEF Minister, A. K . Antony, could not have expected a smooth tenure when he took over in May 2001. Familiar with the affairs of his own party, Mr. Antony would have known that his detractors would come from his own party and not ...
Leader Page Articles
The Left and disinvestment
By Supriya RoyChowdhury
How should we redefine the public sector?... This question, which constitutes the cutting edge of the current debate on liberalisation, has not evoked a systematic response from the Left.
The march of the Right
By V. Krishna Ananth
Those on the other side are letting the communal-fascist forces entrench themselves in the political discourse and expand making full use of all the institutions in the democratic edifice.
Autonomy holds the key
By Kuldip Nayar
With due deference to the Kashmir Committee, the exercise it is doing has been gone over many a time before. There is little use in repeating it. The Hurriyat stand is well-known and so is that of Shabir Shah and others. I have not seen anything ...
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