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- Auroville, The City Of Dawn (Times of India, Francois Gautier, May 12, 2001)
The project of Auroville is now thirty-three years old. This city, a few kilometres north of Pondicherry, was born of a dream that the Mother (1878-1973) had in 1967: There should be somewhere upon earth a place that no nation could claim as its sole prop
- Specify Time Limit (Hindu, Editorial, The Hindu, May 07, 2001)
Sir, - The intention of the provisions of Section 8(4) of the Representation of the People Act appears to be that an MP or a MLA, being the elected representative of the people, should not be disqualified abruptly on getting convicted.
- Asia: Freedom Of Expression At Risk (Hindu, Editorial, The Hindu, May 03, 2001)
Journalists across the world are being targeted by governments for carrying out their legitimate investigative reporting work. Amnesty International said today, ahead of World Press Freedom Day (May 3).
- Sukhbir Aspiring To Fill Cabinet Vacancy (Tribune, Editorial, The Tribune, Feb 25, 2001)
THE ruling National Democratic Alliance circles are once again abuzz with speculation that an expansion of the Union Council of Ministers is on the cards, probably during the month-long interregnum of the ongoing Budget session of Parliament in the third
- Uttaranchal's Worries (Tribune, Editorial, The Tribune, Jan 12, 2001)
THE people of Uttaranchal are getting restive. Over two months have elapsed since the hill state was carved out of Uttar Pradesh to effectively tackle their development-related problems, but so far nothing has been done to ensure the Uttaranchalis that th
- Assembly Polls (Daily Excelsior, Editorial, Daily Excelsior, Jan 06, 2001)
Six States are slated to go for assembly polls during the year. These are Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Assam, W. Bengal and Pondicherry. BJP President Bangaru Laxman has given a call to his State units to get prepared for the polls and identify like
- The Roll Back (Daily Excelsior, Editorial, Daily Excelsior, Oct 05, 2000)
Hardly the ink dries on the recent hikes on petro products comes the news of the roll-back. Earlier it was Jayalalitha who held the Government to ransom by the day.
- Gathering Storm (Pioneer, Editorial, The Pioneer, Sep 25, 2000)
A fresh attempt to close ranks seems to be currently on for the electoral tug-of-war that West Bengal will witness early next year.
- Kidnap King Active Again (Tribune, Editorial, The Tribune, Aug 02, 2000)
Karnataka megastar Rajkumar is prime time news and fading bandit Veerappan is an easily recognisable Tamil. So when the moustached villain kidnaps the aging hero, the Tamils as a community come in for some bashing. It is a straight link and so has acquire
- High Tension Politics (Hindu, Editorial, The Hindu, Jul 09, 2000)
There appears to be no end in sight to the row over the electricity tariff increase in Andhra Pradesh, writes R. J. RAJENDRA PRASAD. The Congress(I) and the Left parties want a rollback and a referendum while the Government has no such plans.
- Power To The People (Hindustan Times, Editorial, The Hindustan Times, Jul 08, 2000)
As the monsoon continues to elude us and the heat becomes oppressive, there seems to be no end to Delhi’s ordeal. Add to this the severe power and water crisis for prolonged phases throughout summer, and the cycle of despair becomes complete. That riots h
- Sanity, Finally (Asian Age, Anna Husarska, Jun 20, 2000)
Podgorica, Montenegro: Municipal elections last week in Podgorica and in the coastal town of Herceg Novi were uneventful and inconclusive. Hurray!