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Since 1st March, 1999
 
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There’s a limit to being nice
Nearly a decade of being “nice” to the Americans as a policy is coming to its logical cul-de-sac in New Delhi’s Raisina Hill. That policy started with stray, isolated gestures during the days of P.V. Nara- simha Rao’s prime ministership, when ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Power games all the way
Sir — The new chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Mufti Mohammed Sayeed, may be accused of a numbe ...  | Read.. 
 
Rising from death
Sir — Whether or not the encounter between the police personnel and suspected terrorists at Ansal P ...  | Read.. 
 
Web of illicit desire
Sir — J. Waldron in “No help for AIDS” (Nov 7) makes a bizarre connection between the AIDS pandemic ...  | Read.. 
 
Believe it or not
Sir — Earlier this month, I had my mobile phone stolen from my car. Believing that the chances of f ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
NO FIGUREHEADS
The Indian AIDS scenario is grim. And getting a lot of money from a tremendously rich man will help. In this sort of a situat...| Read.. 
 
PARTY MAKER
The Congress, the oldest political formation in India, has changed its spots. This may not be an ideological transformation. ...| Read.. 
 
OPED
Caught in a time warp
The author is professor in the department of political science, University of Delhi...  | Read.. 
 
Serious commitment to the future
All parties...should continue to advance the implementation of their commitments under the convention to address climate change and its adverse effects in order to achieve sus...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The love of posterity is a consequence of the necessity of death. If a man were sure of living forever here, he would not care about his offspring. — NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE