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Friday, April 18, 2003
Violating the rule of law
FOR TOO LONG, the international general secretary of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Praveen Togadia, has been throwing a direct challenge to the rule of law, not only making inflammatory speeches of communal hatred, but also defying bans and ...
Letting the airlines fly
THE CABINET COMMITTEE on Disinvestment had no choice in deciding to take the two airlines Air India and Indian Airlines off the disinvestment list. The pendulum has swung the other way now, with the Centre bowing to the wishes of ...
Leader Page Articles
LAW AND SOCIETY
After the deluge
By Rajeev Dhavan
Without the countries of the world coming together to monitor the aftermath of the war, an already delicate situation will explode to destabilise the region, tear Iraq apart and start fresh wars with Syria and elsewhere.
A gap in the education policy
By Amrik Singh
The real problem concerns something like one third of the students whom it is difficult to categorise and who do not know where to turn for help or guidance.
A 'model' of democracy
By K.K. Katyal
NEW DELHI, APRIL 17.Just when the Bush administration professes to make the new Iraq a model of democracy in West Asia, it finds itself embroiled at home, diplomats here note, in a bitter controversy over the award of contracts for the ...
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