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Saturday, February 19, 2005
GO FOR IT IN NAGALAND
THE STATE HUMAN Development Report 2004 for Nagaland, the first for the State, is revealing in many respects. According to conventional wisdom, the decades-long insurgency, which has claimed thousands of lives, should have pulled the State down ...
RESEARCH WITHOUT BARRIERS
THE GLOBAL MOVEMENT seeking open access to credible research reports took a significant step forward when the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the United States recently unveiled its Public Access Policy that urges the scientific community ...
Leader Page Articles
A tsunami diary
By Nirupama Menon Rao
It is difficult to watch the sea with anything but shock and awe, and a speechless, aching emptiness, even though the waters are calm and beautiful once again.
Further descent into lawlessness in Nepal
By A Special Correspondent
King Gyanendra's order, setting up the Royal Commission on Corruption Control, flies in the face of the fundamental principle of law, that investigating and prosecuting bodies must be separate from the adjudicating authority.
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