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China’s historic failure
At a time when the United Nations has obsequiously legitimized the American occupation of Iraq and erstwhile opponents like France, Russia, Germany and China have quietly gone along with this, it is ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Next time, snatch and run
Sir — Disguise could not be an alien habit with policemen who may often be required to change names ...  | Read.. 
 
Still inaccessible
Sir —The picture regarding the conditional access system still remains unclear. The CAS is supposed ...  | Read.. 
 
Power speak
Sir — The report, “Power law with power punch” (May 6) makes evident that consumers of electricity ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
TIME FOR TEA
Labour militancy never solves an industrial problem. There are scores of examples to show how it can sound the death knell of...| Read.. 
 
GREAT DICTATOR
Making peace is always more arduous than making war. Parleys across a table demand more patience and tact than shelling borde...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Get ’em to class and keep ’em there
We are witnessing an unprecedented thrust on “empowerment” — a target pivotal in achieving the right balance between equality...  | Read.. 
OPED
Left in the lurch
In response to the debate on the women’s reservation bill, Brinda Karat has pointed out that party-wise reservation works better under the system of proportional representatio...  | Read.. 
 
Cartels of cooperation
Each party shall endeavour to: (a) establish progressively a national system for the epidemiological surveillance of tobacco consumption and related social, economic and health indicators; (b) cooperate wi...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
When a white man in Africa by accident looks into the eyes of a native and sees the human being (which is its chief preoccupation to avoid), his sense of guilt, which he denies, fumes up in resentment and he brings down the whip. — DORIS LESSING