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Don't send Indian troops to Iraq
THE VAJPAYEE GOVERNMENT appears to be considering a course of dangerous adventurism that would surrender the nation's long cherished independence in foreign policy, ignoring in the process the national interest, a categorical parliamentary ...
Leader Page Articles
Nations and persons
By Pulapre Balakrishnan
The asymmetry between the respective rules for capital and labour demonstrates how, in a globalising world economy, justice means something other than international equity or equity between nations.
Kurds await date with democracy
By Sabrina Tavernise
A look at the Kurds' faltering experiment with democracy, where patronage and tribal allegiances crowd out the rule of law, shows how difficult it will be to establish a pluralistic political system in Iraq.
Restoring communication channels
By K. K. Katyal
NEW DELHI, JULY 3.The Pakistan High Commissioner-designate, Aziz Ahmad Khan, is in New Delhi and his Indian counterpart, Shiv Shankar Menon, will be in Islamabad later this month and with that the two missions, downgraded in the wake of ...
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