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Developing presidents
Wolfensohn's successor at the World Bank will be Paul Wolfowitz, the deputy secretary of the American department of defence, if the nomination of the American president, George W. Bush, goes through as expected. There has been a cacophony of protests...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
A new life for some
Sir ' The Terri Schiavo affair brought some strange bedfellows to the forefront of this highly symb ...  | Read.. 
 
Flying high
Sir ' The appeasement policy followed by the United States of America in the subcontinent can be te ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
HOLY FATHER
To all Christians, Roman Catholic and of other denominations, John Paul II, who died on Sunday morning, was a remarkable pope...| Read.. 
 
WHAT IS NATURE'
Homosexuality is now part of public discourse in India. This is largely because of HIV/AIDS. Men who have sex with men are a ...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Hungry and in distress
Like the late Palestinian leader,Yasser Arafat, and Cuba's Fidel Castro, President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe is a revolutiona...  | Read.. 
OPED
Experiments with untruths
I think it's important that you really have a feel for the (US) strategy across India, Pakistan and Afghanistan 'I'm going to do a little bit of a tick-tock, a sort of how-...  | Read.. 
 
Mother doesn't know best
'But she is her mother, isn't she'exclaimed a friend, her face flushed with indignation, as we sat discussing about little Gudiya's fate. Gudiya's mother, Shanti, had decided...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
What argufies pride and ambition'/ Soon or late death will take us in tow:/ Each bullet has got its commission, And when our time's come, we must go. ' CHARLES DIBDIN