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Starting: Sun 02 Aug 1998 - 03:30:02 EDT
Ending: Fri 14 Aug 1998 - 12:37:31 EDT
Messages: 25

  • Arun Shourie's
    • Earplugs To Shut Out Their Loudspeakers!   Observer - August 14, 1998
      • >>>INTRO: Worse, even after a decade of killing by Pakistan armed terrorists, voices are still raised that hide Pakistan's deeds under dust: An ex-editor is forever narrating the sweet words he exchanged on his most recent trip to Pakistan, how person like him had built small lobby in Pakistan for peace with India; ...
  • Bharat Bhushan
  • Bharti Jain
  • Closepet N. Ramesh, Ph.D.
  • Editorial
    • PATH OF NO RESISTANCE   Mid Day - August 8, 1998
      • >>>However many assurances the Indian government has given about the stability of south Asia following the nuclear tests at Pokhran and Chaghai, it would be difficult for an outside observer to not come to the opposite conclusion. Great expectations were raised about the meeting between Messrs Atal Behari Vajpayee and Nawaz ...
    • PATH OF NO RESISTANCE   Mid Day - August 8, 1998
      • >>>However many assurances the Indian government has given about the stability of south Asia following the nuclear tests at Pokhran and Chaghai, it would be difficult for an outside observer to not come to the opposite conclusion. Great expectations were raised about the meeting between Messrs Atal Behari Vajpayee and Nawaz ...
    • Marxists' muscle power   Afternoon Despatch & Courier - August 14, 1998
      • >>>During the panchayat elections in West Bengal ' CPI (M) activists are alleged to hare assaulted, intimidated members of rival political parties. They are said to have resorted to violence and prevented free and fair polling. There have been also allegations that several women were raped at that time. On a demand by Ms.
  • Girish Kuber
  • Jagmohan
    • Valley of question   The Statesman - August 4, 1998
      • >>>History says Kashmir belongs to India After the nuclear tests by India on 11 and 13 May 1998, a few editorials and articles have appeared in The Statesman and some other national dailies which tend to build a proposition m favour ...
  • M V Kamath
    • Look back in anger   Mid-Day - July 30, 1998
      • >>>In the last few days I have been trying to recall how I felt when first I heard of Gandhi's assassination and again how I felt when I heard Justice Khanna sentence Nathuram Godse to death by hanging, in the court room set up in the Red Fort, Delhi. I wonder how many of my newspaper colleagues who covered the Godse ...
    • The lawless ministers   The Daily - August 4, 1998
      • >>>There is a saying in the Bible that sums up the situation in the country. If the salt loses its savour, it says, where with shall it be salted? Translated into simple language it means; if out leading political parties and out important leaders have no sense of value, how can we expect them to prove leadership? Consider ...
  • M. V. Kamath
    • Deporting the past   Mid Day - August 13, 1998
      • >>>Before Jyoti Basu has a heart attack, let us get some things clear. This is a free country and a certified citizen of the country has every right to go wherever he pleases, live wherever a job opportunity comes his way and not be answerable to any one. His caste, creed, religion and language are of no account. As an ...
  • M.V. Kamath
  • M.V.Kamath
    • Combating Terrorism   Daily - August 9, 1998
      • >>>Only the other day, newspapers announced that several ULFA militants in Assam had given them selves up to the army. And in recent weeks reports have been appearing in the press that there has been a marked reduction of terrorist activity in Jammu & Kashmir, even taking into account the most recent massacre of ...
  • Mahendra Ved
  • Matthew Campbell, Washington
  • Observer Political Bureau
  • Posted By Krishnakant Udavant
  • Rajeev Srinivasan
  • S Gopinath Reddy
    • ISI patrons hoodwink SIT   The Indian Express - August 9, 1998
      • >>>Virtually groping in the dark about ISI activities in the city, the police have no clue about the whereabouts of six persons acquitted in the murder of additional SP Krishna Prasad. Mujeeb Ahmed, prime accused in the case, was sentenced to life ...
  • Shardah Uniyal
  • Staff Report
  • T.V. Parasuram
  • The Times of India News Service

Last message date: Fri 14 Aug 1998 - 12:37:31 EDT
Archived on: Mon Aug 31 1998 - 23:45:04 EDT


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