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COVER STORY

25-09-1998

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Briefing

'Indians were very friendly towards China'

Cover Story
Professor WANG DEHUA, in his 60s, is Research Professor at the Centre for South Asian Studies of the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences ...

Glimpses of China

A sunny day at Tiananmen Square in Beijing. Inside the Forbidden City.

Sino-Indian relations: What lies ahead?

N. RAM Cover Story
The BJP-led Government has akratically undermined Sino-Indian relations, but the situation is far from irremediable. An in-depth exploration of ...

Defining moments

N. RAM Cover Story
THE targeting of China as a potential security 'threat' prior to the Pokhran nuclear explosions by Defence Minister George Fernandes, ...

Defining moments

N. RAM Cover Story
THE targeting of China as a potential security 'threat' prior to the Pokhran nuclear explosions by Defence Minister George Fernandes, ...

'The CTBT will make a real difference'

Cover Story
Veteran South Asianist MA JIALI, Research Professor at the China Institute of Contemporary International Relations, an autonomous institution ...

'Clarifying the facts about 1962 is a precondition'

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Sixty-seven-year-old Professor YE ZHENGJIA is Senior Research Fellow at the China Institute of International Studies, Beijing, which was set up ...

'Nobody here treats India as an enemy'

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Fifty-three-year-old Professor ZHANG YUNLING, an economist, is Director of the Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies of the Chinese Academy of ...

'This BJP Government has done no good for India'

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Seventy-two-year-old Professor SUN PEIJUN, general secretary of the Chinese Association for South Asian Studies, has specialised in the ...

A debate without direction

The Congress(I)'s "brainstorming session" at Pachmarhi failed to chart out a political strategy to revive the party or even to provide clarity ...

Persisting worries

The BJP continues to be plagued by problems in spite of the lull in its conflicts with its coalition partners at the Centre. ON ...

Hopes of realignment

The possibility of a major political realignment taking place at the national level hinges on the Congress(I) reorienting its position in tune ...

New momentum for NAM

The Non-Aligned Movement has been at a crossroads for some years, but there is hope now that the activist leadership of South Africa will help ...

Handling sensitive issues

ALTHOUGH Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif cancelled his trip to Durban in the last minute and consequently the much awaited meeting ...

Issues for vigilance

The ordinance on the basis of which the appointment of a new Chief Vigilance Commissioner has been made deviates from the Supreme Court ...

Subverting autonomy

With its own agenda overriding the need to ensure an autonomous public broadcasting agency, the BJP-led Government pushes through the Prasar ...

The war of the Jathedars

A face-off involving religious leaders seems set to discredit the Sikh theocratic establishment and also lead to a new climate of violence and ...

A farce of a probe

A MONTH after the People's Commission on human rights violations in Punjab held its first hearing, it has become evident that more than ...

Lessons from a tragedy

V. SRIDHAR Other
Surveys done in the aftermath of the suicides by cotton farmers in Andhra Pradesh show that the tragedy was linked to the pursuit of ...

On the brink in Russia

ANURADHA M. CHENOY World Affairs
As Russia grapples with a serious economic, political and social crisis, Boris Yeltsin makes a desperate bid to save his skin.

'The CTBT will make a real difference'

Cover Story
Veteran South Asianist MA JIALI, Research Professor at the China Institute of Contemporary International Relations, an autonomous institution ...

'Clarifying the facts about 1962 is a precondition'

Cover Story
Sixty-seven-year-old Professor YE ZHENGJIA is Senior Research Fellow at the China Institute of International Studies, Beijing, which was set up ...

'Nobody here treats India as an enemy'

Cover Story
Fifty-three-year-old Professor ZHANG YUNLING, an economist, is Director of the Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies of the Chinese Academy of ...

'This BJP Government has done no good for India'

Cover Story
Seventy-two-year-old Professor SUN PEIJUN, general secretary of the Chinese Association for South Asian Studies, has specialised in the ...

Documenting society and politics

A Frontline feature on the photography of Sunil Janah. IN an unassuming row house in Wimbledon lives the person who was ...

Buckling under pressure

Pakistan, reeling under a severe economic crisis, is moving closer to signing the CTBT. ALTHOUGH no specific details of the four ...

The economic reform process

C.T.KURIEN World Affairs
China is learning to tackle a variety of problems in relation to the restructuring of its enterprises, including defending the concept of ...

The war of the Jathedars

A face-off involving religious leaders seems set to discredit the Sikh theocratic establishment and also lead to a new climate of violence and ...

A farce of a probe

A MONTH after the People's Commission on human rights violations in Punjab held its first hearing, it has become evident that more than ...

Lessons from a tragedy

V. SRIDHAR Other
Surveys done in the aftermath of the suicides by cotton farmers in Andhra Pradesh show that the tragedy was linked to the pursuit of ...

The indigenous way

Other
S.VARADACHARY A Matter of Health: Integration of Yoga and Western Medicine for Prevention and Cure by Dr. Krishna Raman; EastWest Books ...

A man and his mission

Other
Interview with A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, Scientific Adviser to the Defence Minister, is passionate about one mission: to ...

LETTERS

Other
National politics The Cover Story ("With allies like this..." September 11) brings out the state of politics and politicians today.

Another election debate

M.S. Gill's suggestion that the Constitution be amended to provide for the imposition of President's rule once Assembly elections in the States ...

'Under President's rule, elections will be more neutral'

Other
Interview with M.S. Gill. In an interview to V. Venkatesan, M.S. Gill defends his proposal. On his suggestion in respect of the ...

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