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Don't get carried away
The US decision to allow Pakistan to have F-16 aircraft and the accompanying sweetener of the sale of F-16s or F-18s along with their licensed production in India have generated widespread debate. While on a larger canvas of national strategic vision...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Under no pressure to behave
Sir ' Bharat Bhushan is right about 'General Musharraf's turnabout' (April 25), but he should reali ...  | Read.. 
 
Whose line is it anyway'
Sir ' The recent rail accident in Gujarat once again exposes the risks of rail travel in India and ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
NO CONFIDENCE
Ideology rarely drives foreign policy; enlightened self-interest does. New Delhi must have been guided by this simple logic w...| Read.. 
 
BLARING OUT
The British prime minister, Mr Tony Blair, is telling the electors that this is his last elections. In this declaration, ther...| Read.. 
 
PERSONAL POLITICAL
 
Give them an inch
The folk tale about the camel who stuck a foot in its master's tent, ostensibly to shelter from the cold, and eventually push...  | Read.. 
OPED
Seeds of future trouble
The seeds bill, 2004, introduced in the Rajya Sabha on December 8, 2004 and to be taken up by the Lok Sabha soon, has not received much public attention, despite the impact it...  | Read.. 
 
The little master at a crossroads
Even a few years back, Sachin Tendulkar's birthday was an important date on the national calendar. Television channels would scurry for exclusive interviews of the birthday bo...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
There are as many fools at a University as anywhere...But their folly, I admit, has a certain stamp ' the stamp of university training, if you like. It is trained folly. ' WILLIAM ALEXANDER GERHARDIE IE