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Thursday, February 27, 2003
Let the wagons roll
THE RAILWAY BUDGET does not contemplate an increase in either passenger fares or freight rates. On the contrary, through a process of rationalisation, passenger fares on certain trains will be lower. Freight on goods traffic will now be levied on ...
Affront to the founding principles
BY INSTALLING A portrait of Vinayak Damodar Savarkar in the Central Hall of Parliament, alongside those of some of the valiant fighters against British colonialism, the BJP-led NDA Government has tried to push forward its notion of nationalism ...
Leader Page Articles
Budget and the neighbours
By C. Raja Mohan
Economics remains the missing link in India's strategy towards its neighbours.
BJP reigns and RSS governs
By K. G. Kannabiran
Writing is inevitably linked to democracy and is in that role a protest against injustice and iniquity. All our development and progress were centred around writing and free speech.
Looking through the Pakistan prism
By Amit Baruah
NEW DELHI, FEB. 26.It came straight from the Prime Minister. Atal Behari Vajpayee told presspersons that he felt the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) might be divided on the Iraq question before travelling to the leaders' summit in Kuala Lumpur on ...
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