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Peace mission
Like many Indians, I have admired the grit, determination and indomitable will of Israel and its ability to withstand the might of much larger countries. It has developed its economy, become a leader in many technologies. It is a friend of India and ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Faith healing
Sir ó The Supreme Courtís support of the expulsion of the 11 members of parliament implicated in t ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
SET THE STAGE
It is one thing for a government to use the army to quell violence and quite another to expect it to tackle a political crisi...| Read.. 
 
FROM WAR TO WAR
Nothing seems to have changed for Somalia, used to not having a proper government for about 16 years now. The incessant civil...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Not on its own feet yet
A forthcoming television documentary to mark the 300th anniversary of Scotlandís union with England is called ďA chip on each...  | Read.. 
OPED
Eastern disturbance
The most important question about Bangladesh right now is not whether the elections will be held, but when' The caretaker government, as well as the Bangladesh Nationalist Par...  | Read.. 
 
Looking for antidotes to violence
Over the past decade, we have been reminded that the United Nations peacekeeping plays a crucial role in securing individual and political peace and security. Missions such as...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Any given generation gives the next generation the advice that the given generation should have been given by the previous one, but now itís too late. ó ROY BLOUNT