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 What Is India DAILY ROUND-UP

Tuesday, 15 June 2004

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NATION & STATES
BJP ignores Vajpayee remarks on Modi
The BJP has rebuffed the former prime minister by ruling out the possibility of easing out the Gujarat chief minister.

ECONOMY & BUSINESS
Better recovery rules for banks
The finance ministry is revising laws to deal with defaulter corporates. A tax verdict will now allow Indian companies to put together in-house call centres. 

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The New Statesman
Muslim civilisation set on a fixed 
course to decline?

Wahhabism, the Saudis' brand of Islam, negates the very idea of evolution in human thought and morality. Ziauddin Sardar recalls his own experiences of a faith that shuns unbelievers

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
Containing States' profligacy
Remove Modi, it is better late than never
Hindus, Muslims will enrich Akali Dal
Labour pays for Blair
AIDS: India-specific strategy a must





 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
Budget on July 8
RBI moots stricter vigil
Vaish quits as BSE chief
CORPORATE HEADLINES
Bharti to surrender licences
Pharma cos cash in on stress
Toyota to launch new project
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From South India 
Original texts from four states, transcribed from a definitive volume  published by the Archaeological Survey of India
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