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Thursday, February 13, 2003
Cricket and doping
WHEN ONE OF the greatest bowlers the game has ever known fails a doping test, it must qualify as cricket's biggest drug bust. News that Shane Warne has tested positive for diuretics on samples he provided about three weeks ago, a development that ...
The Bodo settlement
AFTER SEVERAL YEARS of struggle, marked by periodic eruptions of violence that was crippling normal life, a solution to the problem in those regions of Assam with a dominant Bodo population seems to be in sight with the signing of an accord to ...
Leader Page Articles
India and new age alliances
By C. Raja Mohan
For years India has sought a place at the high table in world affairs. This is the time to make a serious bid for it.
The U.K. and the U.S.
By Arvind Sivaramakrishnan
British sovereignty, the cause of fierce tensions within the U.K. when it comes to the European Union, has been handed over to the U.S. without any public discussion.
Political reforms in the Gulf
By C. Raja Mohan
MUSCAT, FEB. 12.While the Bush Administration talks of promoting democracy in the Arab world after the war against Iraq, the Gulf Kingdoms are not waiting for the cataclysmic event. Many countries in the region, including Oman, are already down ...
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