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Thursday, June 05, 2003
On the global stage
APART FROM EXPERIENCING first hand the disconcerting and even debilitating chill that has hit international relations in the wake of the war against Iraq, the Prime Minister was perhaps not expecting very much from his rather gruelling, weeklong ...
The Provident Fund dilemma
AFTER CONSIDERABLE DELIBERATIONS and delay, the trustees of the Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) have announced a rate of 9 per cent for the current year on the provident fund account balances of the largely non - government ...
Leader Page Articles
Indo-Pak. talks and Rawalpindi
By C. Raja Mohan
India certainly does not have the luxury of simply choosing between the Pakistan Army and the civilian leadership.
The fall of the monument I
By Jurgen Habermas
For half a century, the United States could count as the pacemaker for progress... With the war in Iraq, it has not only abandoned this role; it has also given up its role as guarantor of international rights.
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