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Wednesday, April 09, 2003
Shaping post-war Iraq
THE STAB WOUNDS inflicted on Baghdad by American battle tanks signal the end of the beginning of the war on Iraq. In the weeks ahead lie some crucial questions and critical tests for the international community relating to reconstruction of not ...
AIDS prevention law
THE GOVERNMENT OF Andhra Pradesh is contemplating enactment of a law to promote AIDS control. In addition to prohibiting persons infected with HIV from donating blood or organs, the draft Bill under the consideration of the Government also seeks ...
Leader Page Articles
The world order after the Iraq war
By Muchkund Dubey
The most likely scenario will be that the traditional western allies will patch up their differences by making suitable gestures to each other.
By N. Gopal Raj
While TV broadcasting is likely to continue as a major user of satellite capacity, telecommunications could be the growth sector.
AMERICA AT WAR
A tale of two cities
By C. Raja Mohan
The American and British attempts to take over Baghdad and Basra respectively in the last few days provide a significant contrast in military strategy. The British waited patiently for two weeks in preparing the ground to enter Basra. The ...
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