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Saturday, June 14, 2003
Hoping for a good monsoon
NOT OFTEN IN recent years have scientists, agriculturists, administrators and the people waited so anxiously for the onset and advance of the southwest monsoon. It was first predicted to set in early, but got caught around the Andamans. It would ...
Evil of policing thought
THERE IS A dip in social tolerance. Though it may be a global phenomenon, it appears to be particularly frightening in India, where political parties and caste groups have been increasingly trying to stifle points of view that may either not suit ...
Leader Page Articles
Asian security and the U.S.
By V. R. Raghavan
The U.S.' unwillingness to act firmly and decisively with North Korea is seen as evidence of its shifting commitment to its allies' security interests.
By Bhartendu Kumar Singh
There seems to be no urgency in India about understanding a rising China.
`Claims on GM potato false'
New Delhi: The Research Foundation for Science, Technology and Ecology, New Delhi has criticised the reported moves by the Centre to give approval for growing of genetically-modified potatoes in India. In a press release here, it cited a BBC ...
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