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Monday, November 29, 2004
THE COMPULSIONS OF coalition politics are written all over Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's minor expansion and shuffle of his Cabinet the first since his Council of Ministers was sworn in six months ago. The sole induction (or more ...
THE OLD BJP
THE ARCHITECT OF Ayodhya has sought to give the impression that he has found a cause equal in electoral potential to the Ram temple movement of the early 1990s. Lal Krishna Advani revealed the game plan at the Bharatiya Janata Party's National ...
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Working a democracy
By Harish Khare
We owe it to ourselves to see to it that religion ceases to be the basis of inclusion or exclusion, discrimination or favoured treatment.
The Left rises in Latin America
By R. Viswanathan
The Leftist wave in South America has opened a window of opportunity for Indian business.
AIDS threatens India's progress
By Hilary Benn
Even for a child of the 1950s, long walks and Indian visionaries have as much resonance in the United Kingdom as in India. I can only imagine Mahatma Gandhi through history books and the recollections of my father who, when he was a child, met ...
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