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Friday, February 25, 2005
ON UNCONSCIONABLE DROPOUT RATES
AT A TIME when there is a great deal of buzz about India taking off as a "knowledge-based economy and society," Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's admission that the dropout rate in schools continues to be "unacceptably high" is honest recognition ...
TWO ELECTIONS HELD nine months apart. The first, the epitome of clarity and order, and the second, spectacularly chaotic. This, in a nutshell, is the story of Bihar. The third and final phase of polling for the State Assembly ended without ...
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How human would the human face be?
By N. Ravi
The budget and economic policy can be understood in terms of two competing visions, identified with Jagdish Bhagwati and Amartya Sen.
Improving the farmers' lot
By G. Venkataramani
The first report of the National Commission on Farmers provides a blueprint for strengthening the agriculture sector.
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