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Friday, 14 June 2004

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NATION & STATES
India not averse to map change
External affairs minister K Natwar Singh has opened a long-jammed door by saying India would consider redrawing its border with Pakistan if that could solve the Kashmir tangle.

ECONOMY & BUSINESS
India scores over China in Economist study
Good news came for people worried that India is losing business to China. A study by the Economist group described India as a less risky place for foreign investments than its giant neighbour. 

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Asia Times

Warning shots for Musharraf'
A no-nonsense top officer was the target of Thursday's assassination attempt in Karachi. He was chosen as a sacrificial offering to get the message across that not everyone is marching in step with the president

Deccan Herald

60 years since the 'longest day'
The Normandy Landing ended World War II and changed the balance of power decisively

 

 TOP PICKS

OPINION
Political stability must for economic growth 
A change of guard is good for democracy 
Way forward lies in a decentralised approach 
The answer lies in river liking 

BUSINESS NEWS
Political stability must for economic growth 
A change of guard is good for democracy 
Way forward lies in a decentralised approach 
The answer lies in river liking

STATE NEWS
Political stability must for economic growth 
A change of guard is good for democracy 
Way forward lies in a decentralised approach 
The answer lies in river liking


 


 What Is India ABSTRACTS
Educating the girl child 
The world hopes to be fully literate by 2115, but India may miss the bus..
 

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From edits and opinion pieces published across newspapers in India)

 BUSINESS HEADLINES
G-20: India for farm subsidy
Edible oil prices crash
CORPORATE HEADLINES
No corporatisation, says LIC
Jaypee sells highway stake
Chinese mine firm coming
Indianoil to buy company
Medical colleges to slash fees
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 INSCRIPTIONS
From South India 
Original texts from four states, transcribed from a definitive volume  published by the Archaeological Survey of India
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