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Monday, April 19, 2004
UNCONSCIONABLE AND ABJECT
THE ASSASSINATION OF Abdul Aziz Rantisi, a leader of the Palestinian militant movement Hamas, was the expected but outrageous fallout of the recent decision by the United States to loosen restraints on Israel. When U.S. President George W. Bush ...
TAKING CARE OF LENDERS
THE SUPREME COURT'S upholding of the Securitisation Act, even in a diluted form, has raised contradictory expectations among lenders and borrowers. The lenders banks and financial institutions say they will now have the means to ...
Leader Page Articles
India-Pakistan peace pangs
By K.K. Katyal
In the final analysis, a formidable challenge will be posed by the differences on Kashmir.
Nothing special about it
By Henry Porter
Each new British Prime Minister believes that there is a special relationship with the United States. Any such illusion must have disintegrated for Tony Blair.
There may be other dirty hands besides Sharon's
By Praful Bidwai
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's decision to sanction the assassination of Abdul Aziz Rantisi seems to have been inspired by three major considerations, and it probably enjoyed the tacit support of the Bush administration. By available ...
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