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Thursday, August 05, 2004
BJP IN TROUBLE
THERE IS TO be no end to the Bharatiya Janata Party's current troubles, judging by the warnings and threats hurled in its direction first by its spiritual mentor, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, and now, its once-trusted allies, the ...
CUSHIONING OIL PRICE VOLATILITY
THE FIRST INCREASE in the retail prices of petrol and diesel following the adoption by the oil companies of a new band took place on July 31. Coincidentally, international oil prices have been moving up relentlessly. The new mechanism will be ...
Leader Page Articles
Europe roots for Kerry
By Hasan Suroor
In European capitals, still smarting from their bruising experience with the Bush White House over Iraq, Mr. Kerry's promise to pursue a more multi-lateralist approach to international affairs has gone down well.
The Afghan endgame
By M.K. Bhadrakumar
Clearly, the U.S. has accommodated Pakistan's concerns. Will Islamabad now "deliver" on Afghanistan's stabilisation?
A Congress mystery
By Harish Khare
NEW DELHI, AUG. 4. The Congress announced late last night that P. M. Sayeed and Janardhan Dwivedi would be its Rajya Sabha nominees from Delhi. The announcement closed the last possibility of the Nehru-Gandhi family loyalist, M. L. Fotedar ...
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