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Editorial
 
Editorial
Dialogue a casualty of cacophony?
Speak with one voice to make it happen
The prospect of a dialogue between the government and the opposition on electoral reform is not congealing largely because the ruling alliance leaders have not yet taken an unambiguous stance on the issue.
 
Editorial
Proshika crackdown
Smacks of persecution!
ONE in a right frame of mind cannot but characterise the subjection of one of the biggest NGO in Bangladesh to mass arrest as an expression of persecution mentality.

Post Editorial
 
Beneath The Surface
Social capital Back seat or front?
Abdul Bayes
THESE days we are observing a renewed interest among economists on the role of social capital in economic development.
 
False steps on land and capital
Praful Bidwai writes from New Delhi
THE Manmohan Singh government refuses to learn from past mistakes -- either India's or others'. It is obsessively pushing through shop-worn "second-generation" free-market "reforms.
 
Closeup Japan
Birth of a new prince clouds succession debate
Monzurul Huq writes from Tokyo
MANY in Japan were aware last Wednesday that an important announcement was to come from the Imperial Household Agency, the powerful Japanese body managing the affairs of the imperial family, about the
 

 
   
 
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