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The King’s Ceasefire

The royal palace in Kathmandu and the Maoists have agreed to a ceasefire without consulting the political parties. How now to bring them into the upcoming talks, and how does a king deal with rebels …

| Feb 01, 2003

The pathology of military democracy: manufacturing a government in Sindh

The recent formation of a government in Sindh involved hectic manipulations by Islamabad and low connivance at the provincial level. Out of the ensuing muddle of volatile and unstable alliances emerged a 31-year-old chief minister …

| Feb 01, 2003

Celluloid combustion

At half past noon on 8 January, the originals of Raja Harishchandra, Battleship Potemkin and Achhut Kanya were lost in a nitrate oxide-fuelled inferno in Pune.

| Feb 01, 2003

Dateline Jaffna

Sri Lanka's 14 months of ceasefire have brought monumental changes in the lives of Tamils in the north and east. Challenges remain - both at the political level as well as at ground-level reality - …

| Feb 01, 2003

Mechanisms of power sharing

The ceasefire in Sri Lanka must be consolidated further over the next year to allow the government and the Tigers the breathing space to distance themselves from earlier entrenched positions. And the ultimate answer lies …

| Feb 01, 2003

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