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Wednesday, February 02, 2005
NEPAL'S PALACE COUP
BY DISMISSING PRIME Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba for the second time in a little more than two years, King Gyanendra has not only acted against the spirit of Nepal's system of constitutional monarchy. He has, with reckless deliberation, plunged ...
OF AYA RAMS AND GAYA RAMS
THE TINY STATE of Goa, no stranger to political flux and uncertainty, has been plunged into yet another crisis with the emergence of doubts about whether the Manohar Parrikar Government continues to enjoy a majority. The dramatic and sudden ...
Leader Page Articles
When did classical music die?
By Martin Kettle
After decades of modernist tyranny, composers want to be popular again.
Let the party begin
By Harish Khare
If the Congress leadership undertakes the task of organisational renewal, it could begin the larger process of reform of the entire party system.
Making sense of Sonia's Bihar campaign
By Venkitesh Ramakrishnan
BHAGALPUR/ARRSAH, FEB. 1. The Congress president Sonia Gandhi's two-day campaign in Bihar in the constituencies going to the polls on February 1 was indeed impressive in terms of mass participation and popular enthusiasm but questions about the ...
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