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Foot in the mouth
Of all the public pronouncements by the Indian leadership since the Islamabad summit last month, the most profound, the most ominous and the most far-reaching ones so far have come from the deputy prime minister, L.K. Advani....  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Media savvy pays
Sir — Peter Bleach is becoming too much with the readers of The Telegraph. As if the run-up ...  | Read.. 
 
More suds than sops
Sir — The sops announced by Jaswant Singh in his interim budget will constrain the next government’ ...  | Read.. 
 
By the holy tail
Sir — The fine gesture of Mufti Habib-ur Rahman, the head of the fatwa bench of the Dar-ul U ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
FOCUS ON REGION
India’s trade policy is consciously pushing regional trade agreements. There are different forms of RTAs — beginning with fre...| Read.. 
 
HALF THE BATTLE
Winking at a crisis is not the best way of dealing with it. If the Orissa government has failed to weed out the Maoist menace...| Read.. 
 
VIA MEDIA
 
Sheer mindless drudgery
If you thought outsourcing was already big news in the West, rest assured it’ll be nothing compared to the churning that the ...  | Read.. 
OPED
Necessary and desperate alliances
That costly mistake of 1999 has finally paid off. Today Sonia Gandhi seems to realize that proper alliance formation is the only way forward for her party. The dynastic limita...  | Read.. 
 
From a different perspective
Over the last two decades, responses to issues related to gender and HIV have been intensified to address the problem multi-sectorally...Issues such as mother-to-child transm...  | Read.. 
 
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