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What is India DAILY ROUND-UP

Saturday, 26 June 2004, 1700 hrs

NATION & STATES
CBI sleuths raid 74 places, chargesheet
30 government officials

The Central Bureau of Investigation carried out nationwide raids at 74 places and registered cases against 50 people, 30 of them government employees...

BUSINESS & ECONOMY

Left okays private participation in airport renovation project

The CPI and the CPI(M) said the government should keep majority stake, but have no issues in allowing the private sector to renovate the Mumbai and Delhi airports

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The Hindu
Gujarat Lashkar conspiracy was infiltrated by Intelligence mole
Claims by the Gujarat Police that four Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists killed in an encounter last week intended to execute an attack on the Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, may have been overblown. But Indian intelligence officials have pulled off a smart manouevre...

The Hindu
The policy-execution disconnect
While every government tries to follow policies which, in its view, are good for itself and society, when it comes to execution there is a disconnect...

The Indian Express
A hotline to Burkina Faso

Those (in the Left and sections in the Congress) who accuse the NDA of being pusillanimous over the US invasion of Iraq forget Indira Gandhiís record when we didnít even whimper over the Soviet rape of Afghanistan... 

The Financial Express
People flock to India of the past

What is that intangible that draws people to India? It clearly is one of the most unwelcoming destinations in the world. Touchdown is a huge bump and thereafter, the aircraft bounces along to the aero bridge. 

 TOP PICKS


OPINION

Cleansing the system (Deccan Herald)
BJP at the crossroads (Deccan Herald)
A charter for development (The Hindu)
Culture cops (The Hindu)


 What is India ABSTRACTS
COMING SOON!

This column will feature annotated abstracts of editorials and opinions published in newspapers across India

 BUSINESS HEADLINES
IHT: 1955 resolution empowered
Inflation high;experts fear 6.5% 
Inflation spooks bond market
What next on interest rates?
Steel stocks surge
Market nerves frayed
Jai Kisan cuts no ice
CORPORATE HEADLINES
Reliance catches up with ONGC
Credit Suisse co-CEO quits
SAIL, Tata Steel ties strained
Mirchandani quits Weekender
FMCG firms pare adspends
TV18 to raise Rs 20 cr
 EXCHANGE
Dollar: Rs 45.75
Pound: Rs 83.34
Euro: Rs 55.24
Yen:  0.4198
 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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Indian Express
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The Hindu
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Economic Times
Times of India
Statesman
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Business Standard
Business Line

 

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