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Friday, 12 June 2004

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NATION & STATES
Natwar ends speculation on Iraq policy

India will not send troops to Iraq, foreign affairs minister K Natwar Singh has said. His weekend interview for a BBC show had give rise to doubts that India might change its Iraq policy and send men to keep peace alongside the US army.

ECONOMY & BUSINESS
Big Finnish cellphone maker comes to India
India is a hot spot for mobile handsets, and Elcoteq, the Finnish electronics manufacturing giant, has announced it will set up a production unit in Bangalore... 

 FEATURED STORIES

The Hindu
Can the UPA pull it off?
India cannot afford to lose yet another opportunity to promote inclusive economic and social growth

Deccan Herald
60 years since the 'longest day'
It is six decades since the Normandy Landing, then the balance of power tilted for Europe and the world

Asia Times
Saudi Arabia and its 'creeping militancy'

The recent violence in Saudi Arabia directed at foreigners is widely attributed to Al-Qaeda. But the severely rattled House of Saud is the more likely target of a "creeping militancy" that threatens the very roots of the royal establishment.

 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
Sensex down 112 points
Petro rate policy by June 14
Industry growth 9.4 % in Apr 

Long-term bank bonds soon 

 CORPORATE HEADLINES
J&K Bank dividend is 100%
Neyveli Lignite Q2 declines

TCS float a windfall for Tatas
Shaw Wallace to hike prices 

 EXCHANGE
Dollar: Rs 47.50
Pound: Rs 47.50
Euro: Rs 47.50
Euro: Rs 47.50
Euro: Rs 47.50
 STOCK MARKET
Dollar: Rs 47.50
Pound: Rs 47.50
Euro: Rs 47.50
Euro: Rs 47.50
Euro: Rs 47.50
 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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