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COVER STORY

14-04-2000

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Briefing

CLINTON'S YATRA

President Clinton's passage to India went off as per script, but there is every reason for disquiet over whether in the ardour for a new role ...

Going by tradition

Cover Story
VENKITESH RAMAKRISHNAN ANTAGONISTIC responses in some sections of the media to President K.R. Narayanan's banquet speech in honour of ...

Becoming a junior partner

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The outcome of the Clinton visit marks a turning point: the Vajpayee government has now aligned itself formally with the global strategic ...

Bilateral thrust

The media hype of a "historic shift" in the U.S. stand on Kashmir appears to be without basis; in fact, there is no evidence of the Clinton ...

A lecture to Pakistan

Bill Clinton has done some plain-speaking to the Pakistanis, but India must realise that the United States frames its policy on the basis of ...

The red carpet all the way

Cover Story
In terms of the logistical arrangements made, Clinton's visit was the "mother of all state visits" at least as far as security was concerned.

A wave of protests

Cover Story
T.K. RAJALAKSHMI A NUMBER of political parties and other democratic organisations reacted to the blitz and ballyhoo that surrounded the ...

'I see the signs of a post-Cold War era'

Cover Story
Former Prime Minister I.K. Gujral was in the United States when President Bill Clinton came on his India tour. However, he had detailed ...

A postcard from India

Cover Story
AMITAVA KUMAR INDIAN newspapers lavished a great deal of attention on how much Bill Clinton had loved the mango ice cream he was served ...

'Clinton has held out for the future'

Cover Story
Former Ambassador N.N. Jha, who heads the foreign affairs committee in the BJP, shared with Sukumar Muralidharan his perceptions of President ...

A reality check

Bill Clinton's visit has magnified the glaring differences between India and the United States in the strange mix of modern politics and media.

The massacre at Chattisinghpora

The March 20 massacre of 35 Sikhs in a Jammu and Kashmir village has the potential to widen the communal divide in the State, a fallout that ...

A divisive agenda

Other
Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah's recent conclave with United States-based secessionist leader Farooq Kathwari is seen as part of a larger ...

The killing of Hamid Gada

Other
PRAVEEN SWAMI THE elimination of Hamid Bhatt, alias Hamid Gada, alias Bambar Khan, perhaps Jammu and Kashmir's most important terrorist ...

A split verdict in Haryana

Politics
These articles on the electoral verdicts in Haryana, Orissa and Manipur, among the four States where Assembly elections were held recently, ...

An unequal alliance in Orissa

Politics
OLIVER HEATH IN a largely one-sided affair, the Biju Janata Dal-Bharatiya Janata Party combine romped home to a comfortable majority by ...

A fractured verdict in Manipur

Politics
CSDS Team THE results in Manipur showed all the attributes that have characterised electoral politics in the State since it attained ...

Farmers' rights in peril

The Nation
India has taken the consistent stand that the UPOV Convention is unsuitable for the country's needs, yet it has adopted the UPOV model in large ...

Cancer care and cure

The Nation
The Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai, which offers world standards in the treatment of cancer, is implementing a programme of further ...

Of tobacco and cancer

The Nation
T.S. SUBRAMANIAN DR. A.N. BHISEY, Director of the Cancer Research Institute (CRI), Tata Memorial Centre, is a keen student of cancer, ...

A lecture to Pakistan

Bill Clinton has done some plain-speaking to the Pakistanis, but India must realise that the United States frames its policy on the basis of ...

The red carpet all the way

Cover Story
In terms of the logistical arrangements made, Clinton's visit was the "mother of all state visits" at least as far as security was concerned.

A wave of protests

Cover Story
T.K. RAJALAKSHMI A NUMBER of political parties and other democratic organisations reacted to the blitz and ballyhoo that surrounded the ...

'I see the signs of a post-Cold War era'

Cover Story
Former Prime Minister I.K. Gujral was in the United States when President Bill Clinton came on his India tour. However, he had detailed ...

A postcard from India

Cover Story
AMITAVA KUMAR INDIAN newspapers lavished a great deal of attention on how much Bill Clinton had loved the mango ice cream he was served ...

'Clinton has held out for the future'

Cover Story
Former Ambassador N.N. Jha, who heads the foreign affairs committee in the BJP, shared with Sukumar Muralidharan his perceptions of President ...

A reality check

Bill Clinton's visit has magnified the glaring differences between India and the United States in the strange mix of modern politics and media.

On the S&T front

Cover Story
India and the U.S. sign two agreements on science and technology to put collaboration arrangements terminated after Pokhran-II back on track.

Tipu, Haidar and history

Other
PARVATHI MENON Confronting Colonialism: Resistance and Modernisation under Haidar Ali and Tipu Sultan Ed. Irfan Habib, Tulika, 1999, ...

The Constitution and the course of politics

Other
A.G. NOORANI Working a Democratic Constitution: The Indian Experience by Granville Austin, Oxford University Press; pages 771, Rs.995.

The little master

Sport
A 19-year-old Chennai youngster, Krishnan Sasikiran, becomes the fifth Indian to win the title of Grandmaster. S. DINAKAR THERE was ...

Defamation case quashed

Other
YET another episode relating to the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) spy drama came to an end in the Kerala High Court on March 23 ...

LETTERS

Other
Budget 2000 Your editorial "A hail of neoliberal bullets" (March 31) shattered many myths about the Union Budget for 2000-01. The ...

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