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- Praful Patel Achieves The Impossible In Face Of Odds (Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 18, 2007)
Taking economic reforms forward is not easy in a coalition government; so, experience in negotiating with trade unions definitely helps. As does prudence gained by running a Rs 1,000-crore business.
- Going Dutch (New Indian Express, Vandita Mishra, Oct 17, 2007)
When Crown Princess Maxima accompanies her mother-in-law Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands on a state visit to India next week, chances are her compatriots will still be arguing over a remark she made recently.
- Battle For Mosques And Minds (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 17, 2007)
The attack on Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti’s Dargah in Ajmer, one of the oldest Sufi shrines in South Asia, is a new twist to an old terrorist tale, in which fundamentalists are triggering off cultural phobia along with fatal tiffin-box bombs.
- Singh Tells Bush India Not Yet Ready For N-Deal (Dawn, A N Sudarsan Rao , Oct 17, 2007)
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has told US President George W. Bush that there were “certain difficulties” in operationalising the civilian nuclear deal with Washington, news reports said on Tuesday.
- India Nuclear Deal Near Collapse (Washington Post, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 16, 2007)
A controversial nuclear deal between the United States and India appears close to collapse after the Indian prime minister told President Bush yesterday that "certain difficulties" will prevent India from moving forward on the pact for the . . . .
- Nuclear Deal With India May Be Near Collapse (Washington Post, A N Sudarsan Rao , Oct 16, 2007)
A controversial nuclear deal between the United States and India appears close to collapse after the Indian prime minister told President Bush yesterday that "certain difficulties" will prevent India from moving forward on the pact for the. . .
- Asian Publications Are Back With A Bang (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Oct 16, 2007)
After the recent retrenchment, regional publications are back in Asia with a distinct Asian flavour.
- Secularism Can Be Achieved (Indian Express, Jagdeep S. Chhokar, Oct 13, 2007)
Religion is one of the most potent forces in human existence. It provides a sense of solace and an anchor in an increasingly complex world, notwithstanding, and often due to, all the scientific and technological advances made every day.
- Upa At A Crossroads (Pioneer, Kalyani Shankar, Oct 12, 2007)
The immediate problem for the Congress is to keep the UPA intact. The good news for the party is that none of its allies wants to go for a mid-term poll. All, however, depends on whether the Congress president wants an election now or not
- Eben Moglen On Free Software (Frontline, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 12, 2007)
EBEN MOGLEN is Professor of Law and Legal History at the Columbia University Law School, founder director of the Software Freedom Law Centre, and general counsel for the Free Software Foundation, Boston.
- ‘Beeba’ Takes On Bb (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Oct 12, 2007)
IN a recent interview to Dawn News, President Pervez Musharraf displayed his growing understanding of Punjabi by mentioning Chaudhry Shujaat Husain very fondly as being ‘beeba’.
- Where’S Tony? (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 12, 2007)
Where’s tony? The search for former British Prime Minister Tony Blair hasn’t been enshrined in a children’s book or computer game yet, but don’t rule it out.
- Path To Partion: (Frontline, A.G. NOORANI, Oct 12, 2007)
IN the entire corpus of American writings on India, this book stands out in all its uniqueness.
- Think Small (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 12, 2007)
The UP chief minister has turned out to be a surprise, but nonetheless welcome, votary of small states.
- Kinetic Theatre (Frontline, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 12, 2007)
THIS is a slim but rich collection of interviews and essays on the drama group of the Students Federation of India.
- 18.6 K, And Counting (Business Line, Rasheeda Bhagat , Oct 11, 2007)
Political uncertainty doesn’t seem to be bothering the market any more.
- Blues In The Backyard (Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 11, 2007)
So what’s the view in India about Burma? You must all be busy with the big story? From around the last week of September, that is all I am being asked by almost everyone I meet, on both sides of the Atlantic.
- A New Middle Class? (Indian Express, Varghese K George, Oct 10, 2007)
Former Gujarat chief minister and now godfather of BJP rebels, Keshubhai Patel, returned from Delhi empty-handed early this month. During his discussions with L.K. Advani, Rajnath Singh and Arun Jaitely, he was told curtly that Modi is the supreme . . .
- Staying The Course In Afghanistan (Hindu, M.K. Bhadrakumar, Oct 06, 2007)
The latest U.S. initiative on Afghanistan serves to legitimise NATO’s maritime activities in the Indian Ocean and the Arabian Sea.
- Power Tussle In Bangalore (Pioneer, Kalyani Shankar, Oct 05, 2007)
The mess in Karnataka reflects the failure of coalition politics in that State in particular and the country in general. At the moment, going to the people for a fresh mandate seems the best possible solution
- Gandhi On Our Minds (Hindustan Times, Editorial, Gulf News, Oct 03, 2007)
So much has been written on M.K. Gandhi that it would be presumptuous to attempt to contribute any insight into this complex personality.
- When Myths Compete (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 03, 2007)
It is tempting to read Karunanidhi’s remarks on Ram and the Ramayana as a return to DMK’s rationalist origins.
- A Tangled Web Of Questions And Tensions (Hindu, VAIJU NARAVANE, Oct 03, 2007)
Even the most fervent partisans of a united Belgium feel that if the latest crisis born out of the June 10 legislative polls drags on for much longer, it could lead to a split in the country.
- In Jews, Indian-Americans See A Role Model In Activism (International Herald Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 03, 2007)
When Anil Godhwani and his brother, Gautam, looked into creating a community center for Indian-Americans in Silicon Valley, they turned to the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco as a model.
- Salute To The Coffee House (Telegraph, RAMACHANDRA GUHA , Sep 29, 2007)
Surfing the internet, I came across an essay by a Swedish writer on the social significance of my favourite stimulant.
- Democracy Plus Growth Equals India (Indian Express, Bharat Wariavwalla, Sep 28, 2007)
From around the time of our 60th Independence anniversary a month or so back, the national mood has been upbeat.
- A Novel Attempt (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 28, 2007)
Shabari is a novel attempt by Baraguru Ramachandrappa. Fiction based on the lived life of a community is of great significance to Kannada literature, considering the times and the circumstances.
- Confident State (Frontline, JOHN CHERIAN, Sep 27, 2007)
THE election of Abdullah Gul as the new President has opened a new chapter in Turkish politics. Gul, who until recently was the Foreign Minister, won the election despite the undisguised hostility of the Army, which views itself as the sole guardian . . .
- Bush Imposes Stricter Sanctions On Myanmar, Denounces Other ‘Brutal Regimes’ (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 27, 2007)
US president Bush, calling on countries to live up to freedoms and rights promised by the United Nations almost six decades ago, on Tuesday announced tighter sanctions on Myanmar and denounced the governments . . . .
- Myth, History And Politics (Frontline, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 26, 2007)
EVER since Ayodhya became a disputed territory, Rama has been at the centre stage of the political mobilisation by Hindu communal forces.
- India Canal Plan Runs Into Hindu God (Christian Science Monitor, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 26, 2007)
When Swami Vigyananand speaks of the canal-dredging project in the narrow strait between India and Sri Lanka, his voice rises in anger.
- Bat Of Youth (Telegraph, Editorial, The Telegraph, Sep 26, 2007)
Youth, in conventional wisdom, is seen to be impetuous. But youth is also the fount of energy; it is the sign of the future. Ignoring youth is to embrace obsolescence.
- Diversity And Civic Disengagement (The Economic Times, Editorial, Economic Times, Sep 26, 2007)
Indians have long prided themselves on the singular diversity of their ancient civilisation. There were, of course, several humungous empires in the past, such as the Roman, Mongol, Ottoman, British, and more recently the former Soviet . . . .
- History Of Sorts (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Sep 25, 2007)
Prashant Tamang's winning the Indian Idol 3 contest, aired by Sony TV, after beating fellow finalist Amit Paul, is a victory that created a history of sorts.
- Prosecute These Atheist Bullies (Pioneer, A Surya Prakash, Sep 25, 2007)
Despite the alacrity with which it went into damage control mode on the awful averments made by the Union Government in its first affidavit on Ram Setu, the Congress is finding it difficult to put a lid on the controversy because of the . . . .
- Diversity And Civic Disengagement (The Economic Times, Editorial, Economic Times, Sep 25, 2007)
Indians have long prided themselves on the singular diversity of their ancient civilisation. There were, of course, several humungous empires in the past, such as the Roman, Mongol, Ottoman, British, and more recently the former Soviet Union . . . .
- We Do Things Differently (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 24, 2007)
For M Karunanidhi, DMK chief and Tamil Nadu chief minister, Lord Ram is not a historical persona but a figment of human imagination.
- An Aria Of Darkness (OutLook, William Dalrymple, Sep 24, 2007)
Few would deny that V.S. Naipaul was once one of the most important, innovative and interesting writers of Indian origin; he was also, from the late 1950s until the mid-1980s, one of the towering figures of post-colonial literature the world over . . .
- Calculators Are Out But Topplers Have Got Their Timing Hopelessly Wrong (Indian Express, Tavleen Singh, Sep 24, 2007)
Since the Bharatiya Janata Party’s political record in opposition in the past three years has been more inclined to the occult than ordinary politics, I am going to use metaphysical language to proffer this piece of gratuitous advice.
- Upa Government Should Seek Trust Vote Or Quit: Rajnath (Hindu, NEENA VYAS , Sep 22, 2007)
Bharatiya Janata Party president Rajnath Singh demanded here on Friday that the United Progressive Alliance government immediately call a special session of Parliament to seek a confidence vote, or quit if it is unable to face the House.
- Analysing Political Violence (Dawn, Shahid Javed Burki, Sep 18, 2007)
ECONOMISTS have begun to claim some of the territories that did not really belong to them.
- Crowd Politics In Pakistan (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Sep 18, 2007)
IN THE Kafkaesque world of Pakistan’s politics we may also measure crowd-power not by the crowds that turn out but by the measures taken to pre-empt their formation.
- A Bridge Too Far (Telegraph, MAHESH RANGARAJAN, Sep 18, 2007)
A week is a long time in politics. Nowhere is this as true as in India today. Till a few days ago, the rift between the Congress and the Left over the character and nature of the ties between India and the United States of America was at centre stage.
- The Meaning Of Ram (Times of India, Editorial, The Times of India, Sep 17, 2007)
The UPA government recognises the political import of Ram. That’s why it acted fast to withdraw the controversial affidavit in the Supreme Court and promised to consider all opinions before finalising the Sethusamudram project.
- Exile And The ‘Kingdom’ (Dawn, Tanvir Ahmad Khan, Sep 17, 2007)
“One cannot be happy in exile or in oblivion. One cannot always be a stranger. I want to return to my homeland, make all my loved ones happy. I see no further than this.”
- Is There A Language Of Belonging? (Indian Express, Editorial, Indian Express, Sep 14, 2007)
As I sit by my ailing mother, my thoughts turn to the difficulties she faced in raising a young migrant family in the United Kingdom during the early sixties — unable to communicate in English and with only the ability to work hard to meet . . . .
- English Language: A Communication Tool (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Sep 13, 2007)
In the globalising world, it is important for educational institutions to introduce more foreign languages, writes Ambrose Pinto S J
- We Can All Be Winners (Times of India, Editorial, The Times of India, Sep 11, 2007)
Our view of globalisation depends a lot on geography.
- The Implicit Debate (Telegraph, Ashok V. Desai, Sep 11, 2007)
In the debate on the 123 agreement, commentators have overwhelmingly supported the prime minister and lambasted the communists.
- ‘Secularism Is An Ideology And A Concept’ (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 10, 2007)
It acquired a greater sociological connotation in 20th century: Justice B.N. Srikrishna
It has roots in divinity but difficult to define
An ideal aspiration, a product as well as a process
- A Passage To Pakistan With Media In Tow (Hindu, Hasan Suroor, Sep 08, 2007)
When the former Pakistani Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, returns to Islamabad on Monday (“Inshallah,” as he put it, making allowances for any last-minute hitch), he will be accompanied by a planeload of London-based foreign journalists . . . .
- Edits (Statesman, Editorial, Statesman, Sep 07, 2007)
It is difficult to understand why defence officials should expend time and energy trying to explain and justify the on-going multilateral naval exercises in the Bay of Bengal.
- Special Article (Statesman, SUNANDA SANYAL, Sep 07, 2007)
“As a young man of twenty-five, KR Narayanan met Gandhiji. Shri Narayanan told Gandhiji,” recalled Gopalkrishna Gandhi, Governor of West Bengal, in his Republic day speech, “it’s easy to distinguish between a truth and an untruth.
- Past The Tokyo Trials (Telegraph, Swapan Dasgupta, Sep 07, 2007)
The prime minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, is looked upon with utmost suspicion by China and both Koreas for his attempts to put an end to the one-sided “Tokyo Trials” view of history.
- Edits (Statesman, Editorial, Statesman, Sep 06, 2007)
It would be less than accurate, even presumputuous, for the government to package its response to the Sachar Committee recommendations as an “action taken report”.
- Ways Of An Antique Land (Telegraph, MUKUL KESAVAN, Sep 06, 2007)
Every English-speaking Indian man between 25 and 60 has written about the Hindi movies he has seen, the English books he has read, the foreign places he has travelled to and the curse of communalism.
- Don't Miss Saigon (Pioneer, Editorial, The Pioneer, Sep 05, 2007)
Over the past weekend, the CPI(M) hosted the India-Vietnam Friendship Festival in Calcutta. With participation from the entire CPI(M) vanguard, and a special address by Foreign Minister Pranab Mukherjee -- who dutifully referred to the . . . . .
- Who Rules India? Pm Or Cpm? (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 03, 2007)
As the Middle Kingdom celebrates a remarkable foreign policy triumph achieved entirely by leveraging its hold on India's internal affairs, we should be asking one fundamental question: Who governs India? Prime Minister Manmohan Singh . . .. . .
- The Perils Of Non-Proliferation Amnesia (Hindu, A N Sudarsan Rao , Sep 01, 2007)
The India-U.S. civilian nuclear deal, if endorsed by the NSG and the U.S. Congress, will virtually ensure the demise of global nuclear export restraints.
- Sonia Scores, Sangh Stumbles (Telegraph, Radhika Ramaseshan, Sep 01, 2007)
When Sonia Gandhi gave journalists a thumbs up as her car rolled out of the Prime Minister’s house after yesterday’s UPA-Left meeting, it captured the essence of her brand of politics.
- The 'M' In Cpi(m) Is For Machiavelli (Pioneer, Rakesh Sinha , Sep 01, 2007)
The two tendencies that made the CPI(M) in its earliest years still dominate the party's outreach. The first is a sublime loyalty to China's interests above that of India.
- Indira, Illiteracy And It, That’S ‘I’Ndia (Dawn, SHASHI THAROOR, Aug 30, 2007)
It’s glossary time again! ‘I’ is for ‘India’, and for.... ILLITERACY: Remains rife, with just under half our population unable to read or write in any of our several dozens of scripts.
- Time For A Decision (Telegraph, Malvika Singh, Aug 28, 2007)
What a hullabaloo over what Ronen Sen is supposed to have said about the opposition of the Left to the ‘deal’, as it is now called!
- In India, A Jewish Outpost Slowly Withers (Washington Post, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 28, 2007)
Down a narrow, stone-paved road in a quarter known here as "Jew Town," a woman with salt-and-pepper hair was sewing glittery beads onto the rim of a Jewish prayer cap.
- Dont Spoil Amity, Cm Warns Mes (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 27, 2007)
Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy on Sunday warned the Maharashtra Ekikaran Samithi (MES) and Maharashtra government against jeopardising the cordial relations nurtured by Kannada and Marathi speaking people over a long time in the region around Belgaum.
- Avoiding American Decline Starts At Home (Tribune, James P. Pinkerton, Aug 27, 2007)
Are we Rome? Is America like the Roman Empire – you know, Declining and Falling, and all that?
- Indira, Illiteracy & It, That's 'I'ndia (Times of India, Editorial, The Times of India, Aug 27, 2007)
In a land of a million Indiras, there was still only one 'Indira'. Indira Gandhi's domination, not just of India but of India's consciousness of itself and of the perception of India abroad, has finally begun to fade from the public memory . . . . . .
- Contempt Notice To Minister (Hindu, Nirupama Subramanian , Aug 25, 2007)
A day after the Supreme Court thumbed its nose again at President Pervez Musharraf by directing the Government to ensure the unhindered return of the former Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, one of its Ministers is in trouble with the judiciary for . . . . .
- The Great Wall Of India (Hindustan Times, A N Sudarsan Rao , Aug 23, 2007)
Modern nation States, formed after the collapse of colonial empires, defined territorial integrity as the yardstick of national interest. Interventions such as culture, language and religion have shaped choices too, but essentially these. . .
- A Confrontational Course (Dawn, Javid Husain, Aug 22, 2007)
THE landmark decision of the Supreme Court reinstating the Chief Justice and throwing out the reference against him has left General Musharraf with two options.
- Party Vs Government (Dawn, Javid Husain, Aug 22, 2007)
THE landmark decision of the Supreme Court reinstating the Chief Justice and throwing out the reference against him has left General Musharraf with two options.
- The Ugly Indian (Tribune, Editorial, The Tribune, Aug 20, 2007)
UNLIKE the fabled Ugly American — who is to be found only in lands other than his own — the Ugly Indian is very much alive and kicking on his home ground and he revels in his brutish ugliness.
- Remembering (Frontier Post, S. Viswanathan, Aug 18, 2007)
Remembering P. Jeevanandham, a pioneer of the Communist movement, on his birth centenary.
- Dense Narrative (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 17, 2007)
Writing about one’s own boyhood days is not new to Kannada literature. Kuvempu, Karantha, Goruru, and a host of others have gone on this nostalgia trip. But Ka. Ta.
- India Has Its Own 'Soft Power' - Buddhism (Asia Times, Sudha Ramachandran, Aug 17, 2007)
As the Sino-Indian battle for influence in East and Southeast Asia intensifies, India is backing its political and economic diplomacy with soft-power diplomacy.
- Indian Identity Is Forged In Diversity (Indian Express, Editorial, Indian Express, Aug 16, 2007)
When India celebrated the 49th anniversary of its independence from British rule in 1996, its then prime minister, HD Deve Gowda, stood at the ramparts of Delhi’s Red Fort and delivered the traditional independence day address to the nation.
- India's Model Democracy (British Broadcasting Corporation, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 16, 2007)
Considering that when India set out to be democratic, successful democracies tended to be white, rich, Christian and with a single dominant language, its success over 60 years is significant in two ways.
- Why I Put My Money On The Elephant Over The Dragon (Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 14, 2007)
With the sixtieth anniversary of independence, enthusiasm for India in the West is at an all-time high.
- The Cult Of The Sex Goddess (Guardian (UK), Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 14, 2007)
In its 60th year as an independent nation, India has just elected its first woman president. Yet the ascent of the demure Pratibha Patil - with her covered head and long career in "women's issues" - may not necessarily be a victory for Indian women.
- Sweet Sixty (Business Line, Bhanoji Rao, Aug 14, 2007)
In less than 24 hours, we will be celebrating one more Independence Day. This time around, it is special. India is completing 60 years of Independence.
- Will The Bully Now Do What Bullies Usually Do When Their Bluff Is Called? (Indian Express, Shekhar Gupta, Aug 13, 2007)
So, what do the buccaneers of the Left do now? Just when they were savouring the completion of their conquest of both Houses of Parliament, the Prime Minister has spoilt their party by defying them to do what they want because he won’t concede . . . . .
- Dependence Day (Asian Age, M.J. Akbar, Aug 13, 2007)
In July Mrs Sonia Gandhi took charge of an election that had suddenly become difficult, thanks to a candidate of her own choosing. Her nominee for President was a last-minute surprise with a dreary record and a dubious approach to public finance.
- India, Born In Violence, Celebrates Miraculous Survival (Daily Times, Simon Denyer, Aug 10, 2007)
Ranbir Rai Handa was just 14 years old when he was pitched into the madness of partition, forced to flee his hometown of Lahore on a train bound from newly independent Pakistan to India.
- Women’S View (Hindu, Aunohita Mojumdar, Aug 06, 2007)
A Thousand Splendid Suns documents, in vivid detail, the lives of Afghan women, in both the richness and the poverty of their lives.
- “There Was Nothing Inherently Wrong In Partition” (Hindu, Hasan Suroor, Aug 06, 2007)
Yasmin Khan, a British historian of India-Pakistan descent, questions some conventional assumptions about Partition in her bookThe Great Partition:
- ‘With Coalitions At The Centre, States Have More Power. It’S A Realisation Of What The Dmk Advocated All Along’ (Indian Express, Editorial, Indian Express, Aug 06, 2007)
My guest this week is one of the youngest, brightest, and, mark my words, one of the most significant new entrants into the big bad world of our politics, Kanimozhi. How do you look at it, entering the big, bad world of national politics . . . .
- Renewing Identity (Frontline, John M. Alexander , Aug 03, 2007)
The author makes a careful analysis of the ways in which Dalits aspire to rebuild their identity.
- Leela Samson On The Indian Art Scene (Frontline, A N Sudarsan Rao , Aug 02, 2007)
UNINVITED visitors enter a college where an examination procedure in the form of a student art exhibition is being held and denounce some paintings as "vulgar" and "offensive to religious sentiment".
- Conditional Crutch (Frontline, Vijay Prashad, Aug 01, 2007)
Musharraf can count on Washington’s support provided he takes “active steps” to bring the Pakistan-Afghanistan border region under control.
- Crocodile Tears (Pioneer, Editorial, The Pioneer, Jul 28, 2007)
In taking umbrage at what she perceives to be the use of derogatory terms by the media while referring to castes, the Union Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment, Ms Meira Kumar, is raising issues from the past, trapped in a debate long over.
- The Long Wait For A Messiah (Telegraph, Malvika Singh, Jul 27, 2007)
It is truly strange to see the Bharatiya Janata Party leadership fall in line with the president of India, Pratibha Patil, after having carried out a vicious campaign to demean her, using an ever-obliging media to deliver the blows.
- Secularism Vs Islamism (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 27, 2007)
Turkey's Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul has hinted that he would resume his bid to become President, despite fierce opposition from that country's military-backed, secular establishment.
- Why Is Political Discourse Getting Vitriolic? (Business Line, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 27, 2007)
With the pressure and stakes mounting for politicians to be in power their attacks on one another are becoming virulent. This does not bode well for the polity.
- Gordon Brown’S First Month Looks Good (Hindu, Jonathan Freedland, Jul 26, 2007)
He has endured trial by fire and trial by water, and he’s still standing. Wednesday marks four weeks in the job for Gordon Brown, an initiation more intense than anyone could have anticipated.
- Uk To Deport 4,000 Foreign Criminals (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 26, 2007)
Britain will deport at least 4,000 foreign criminals by the end of this year in its bid to get 'tougher' on law and order issues, Prime Minister Gordon Brown said.
- Superstar Dhasal (Frontline, SUDHANVA DESHPANDE, Jul 25, 2007)
THERE is nothing that can quite describe the sensation of reading the poetry of Namdeo Dhasal. One's hair stands on end.
- Never Scorn A Woman (Telegraph, Malvika Singh, Jul 24, 2007)
And she won with a margin larger than was expected. The analysts went into a scramble and found all kinds of reasons to explain why this had happened. Some came up with the strange claim that the smaller parties did not want to alienate the Left . . . .
- Words Should Stand The Test Of Time (Hindu, Anita Joshua, Jul 23, 2007)
Starting as a lecturer at the Department of History in the University of Calcutta, Rudrangshu Mukherjee moved into journalism 12 years later.
- Democracy Is Only A Means To Achieve Secularism (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Jul 21, 2007)
In any vibrant society, there would be many schools of thought, and the fact that they dont agree with each other does not indicate that there must be a bloody battle between them, driven by some imagined clash of civilisations.
- London Moot A Non-Event (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Jul 20, 2007)
THE word ‘opposition’ must have been loosely used at the multi-party conference in London to embrace all the participants.
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