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THE VOICE WITHIN

There once lived in Africa a mighty chief. But despite his wealth, his two children were unhappy. They wandered sullenly through the village, never...

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Pakistan’s evil design Yet another heinous conspiracy hatched by the Pakistan–sponsored terrorists has been foiled by the coast guards of the...

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End of the Rajapaksa regime?

Part– iI By Suhas Chakma Continued from yesterday In recent years, India’s support for political parties in the neighbouring countries has been...

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The Interlly Displaced

Only a few days ago we had occasion to dwell on the implications of the latest amendment to the Land Acquisition Act and to express our fears of how the latest...

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Cutting Corners For Development

The controversy over building big dams in the Northeast continues to rage. Should power generation to ensure faster development override environmental and...

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End of the Rajapaksa regime?

Part– i By Suhas Chakma In the upcoming sp Presidential election in Sri Lanka slated for 8th January 2015, President Mahinda Rajpaksa’s defeat...

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Adieu Planning Commission

The Planning Commission is dead. For 65 years, it had planned out the country’s development course. On New Year day of 2015, it ceased to exist and was...

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Combat Racial Discrimition

Commul and casteist violence has long marred the fair face of India. But racial humiliation, discrimition and outright violence has been the unfortute lot of...

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Modi & Erdogan: Parallel lives?

By Amulya Ganguli The writer Amitav Ghosh has noted “striking” parallels between Indian Prime Minister rendra Modi and Turkish President Recep...

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Way to an Inclusive Society

In his New Year eve message to the tion, President Prab Mukherjee urged the people to dedicate the year 2015 to the creation of an inclusive society and...