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Friday, May 30, 2003
THE MINORITY-FRIENDLY POSTURE the BJP chief, M. Venkaiah Naidu, has struck at a social harmony rally in Uttar Pradesh is but an attempt to project what fundamentally is an exclusivist communal party as inclusivist, a game its leadership indulges ...
Competition in the skies
ON THE FACE of it, it is difficult to dispute the observation that the domestic air traveller has never had it so good. The ongoing fare wars in the civil aviation sector characterised by "super saver" packages, apex fares and several other ...
Leader Page Articles
LAW AND SOCIETY
By Rajeev Dhavan
The dowry law needs revision... providing for victim compensation and having a single civil and criminal court to try the cases.
After the minority rights verdict
By Amrik Singh
There are problems of adjustment between the private educational institutions and the State Governments concerned.
A message more for his backyard
By Harish Khare
New Delhi: It is rather curious that the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, should have chosen a foreign publication and foreign soil to hold out a ``threat'' of retirement in case his latest peace initiative with Pakistan fails. The question ...
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