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Sophisticated swadeshi
The author is former director general, National Institute for Applied Economic Research [email protected]..  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Father of sleaze
Sir — First the rape; then the birth of an illegitimate child, followed by much mud-slinging and le ...  | Read.. 
 
Success story
Sir — India has won dubious distinctions in many fields, be it poverty, literacy, or health. That i ...  | Read.. 
 
Notes from the north
Sir — The Kamtapur Liberation Organization’s armed movement for a “sovereign” state to be carved ou ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
RATHER LOST
The Reserve Bank of India’s annual report for 2001-02 has just come out. It not only talks about 2001-02, but also prospects ...| Read.. 
 
FAIR RULING
Glorification is a vague term. The Rajasthan high court has forbidden the holding of the annual fair at the most famous of Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
An error in the basque country
What is happening in Spain does not make sense. Week before last, as the police dragged members of the recently “illegalized”...  | Read.. 
OPED
India after year one
The attack on the World Trade Center in New York has, as is the common opinion, profoundly transformed the American psyche. The people of the country have become more aggressi...  | Read.. 
 
Funds for drugs is money gone waste
Total detection rate and detection rate of smear positive cases were far below the expected level of 135 and 50 respectively from 1998 onwards. Default rate was also high in 1...  | Read.. 
 
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