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Tuesday, September 24, 2002
Downgrading credit ratings
IN THE CONTEXT of the downgrading of India's domestic debt to junk status by the international rating agency Standard & Poor, the key issue is not whether that move was warranted but whether the country's interests have suffered as a consequence. ...
Naveen Patnaik's travails
THE SPLIT IN the Biju Janata Dal (BJD), after at least half a dozen members of the Lok Sabha belonging to the party decided to form a separate group, was indeed in the making ever since Naveen Patnaik took over the party after his father, Biju ...
Leader Page Articles
An ill-thought agitation?
By Harsh Sethi
Nothing has harmed the case of the teaching fraternity... more than the failure of their associations to ever raise concerns other than those which affect their material conditions.
The world order II
By Mushirul Hasan
There is, in all the recent trends, no clash of civilisations. The West is far from being a unified entity.
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