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Keeping the pledge
The principles for nuclear non-proliferation were first enunciated by India in 1965, yet India refrained from becoming party to the nuclear non-proliferation treaty that came into force in 1970. India had reservations that the treaty only legitimized...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Message in the mandate
Sir ' The huge victory of the Left Front in West Bengal this time is a mandate for Buddhadeb Bhatt ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
TEA IN PEACE
Change and continuity can go hand in hand in politics. The people's voting preferences are often determined by their desire ...| Read.. 
 
ANOTHER RED
The portents were proved right. The Left Democratic Front won in Kerala, a two-thirds majority in a house of 140, and the big...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Speak In two Voices
Had Dick Cheney, the American vice president, declared during his visit to Kazakhstan that 'in many areas of civil society ' ...  | Read.. 
OPED
New players in a new regional game
As ‘indigenous’ voters emerged a stronger force in Assam, Sanjib Baruah explains how the Congress’s strategic alliance with Hagrama Mohilary paid off ...  | Read.. 
 
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I do detest the Americans. They expect everyone to go to the devil at the same hectic pace as themselves. It takes hundreds of years to do it properly. Look at us [ the English]. ' JOHN LE CARR'