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Friday, May 09, 2003
The silent majority
AS EXPECTED, SECTIONS of the Opposition and some of the partners of the National Democratic Alliance Government have together stalled the Women's Reservation Bill in the Lok Sabha raising doubts about the seriousness and sincerity of the major ...
Waiting for violence to end
SYRIA, UNDER A young ruler, caused discomfort for the U.S. and its key regional ally, Israel, when in the immediate post-Saddam Hussein days it announced an intention to introduce a resolution in the U.N. Security Council proposing the ...
Leader Page Articles
By Yogendra Yadav
The option of a quota for women in the candidate list of parties is not a `dilution' of the Women's Reservation Bill but a better way of realising the objectives.
The U.S. and the South Asia tangle
By Rajesh Rajagopalan
New Delhi should develop options that are independent of Washington's constraints. The alternative is to be once again sucked into the morass of the New Delhi-Islamabad-Washington triangular diplomacy.
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