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Thursday, March 25, 2004
MIDDLE PATH OF THE CONGRESS
FOR A PARTY that has been pushed on to the defensive by the ruling coalition's aggressive claims of economic success, the Congress has done a reasonably good job with its manifesto. It has focussed on areas like employment creation and ...
A RESOUNDING VICTORY
THE MALAYSIAN PRIME Minister, Abdullah Ahmed Badawi, could not have asked for anything better. In Sunday's snap general election, the voters have handed him an overwhelming mandate, giving his National Front coalition 198 of the 219 seats in ...
Leader Page Articles
Issues for the elections
By Prakash Karat
India demands alternative policies and a politics that responds to the vital concerns of the people and the country.
By Praful Patel & Jack Chow
Global consensus on strategy and diverse local models to serve patients can make a difference.
SRI LANKA ELECTION - I
Peace and the peace dividend
By Nirupama Subramanian
KURUNEGALA (SRI LANKA), MARCH 24. Every morning, Mayura Attapattu pedals through the small, crowded town of Melsiripura, near here, hawking lottery tickets on her bicycle. Many flock to her out of curiosity because a woman selling lottery ...
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