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What is India DAILY ROUND-UP

Tuesday, 6 July 2004, 2200 hrs

NATION & STATES
Pakistan transfer of Kashmir land to China: India will raise question about 1963 act
A Pakistani decision to hand over disputed territory to China still rankles, and India plans to take it up when talks resume in August...

BUSINESS & ECONOMY

Laloo's rail budget: no hike in fare 
The rail minister proposes a rescue institute and free rides for youths appearing for job interviews. He has not hiked travel and freight rates.

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The Hindu
Russia plays energy card
President Vladimir Putin wants to use oil and gas exports as instruments to speed up Russia's economic revival and enhance its geopolitical weight.

Japan Times

Pie-in-the-sky Asian monetary reform
Following the experiences of the European Union's euro zone, a common currency area for Asia has been widely discussed. Asian monetary union is a fantasy that ignores both economic and political realities, but respectable economists have bought into the idea.

Outlook

Troy: the chinks

The new Hollywood release Troy chooses not to trouble itself with issues about the morality of warfare, but if you are interested in some uncomplicated stuff, it will do the trick. Something suggests President Bush
is going to love this one...

Telegraph (UK)
The Godfather of Method
Marlon Brando, who died in Los Angeles on Thursday aged 80, was the most influential film star of his generation, pioneering on screen the use of the acting technique popularly known as the Method... (Registration required)

The Guardian
Will banks ban credit card use for internet porn? 

Banking industry is expanding its blacklist in an
attempt to ban websites which trade in images of sexual violence, racism or terrorism. ...

 TOP PICKS


OPINION

Pakistan: Change the system (Dawn)
Kashmir and the peace process (Dawn)

Can terminology tip the balance? (Dawn)
Pak in Asean: Welcome entry (The Hindu) 
Parliament boycott: enough is enough (DC)
Football: The engine that could (The Hindu)


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

 BUSINESS HEADLINES
PSUs step up pay-outs
Ambani, Bachchan dazzle RS
Soota to receive CII award
Employee referrals popular
 CORPORATE HEADLINES
Esteem costs Rs 42,000 less
ICICI Bank awaits RBI norms
Polaris files counter claim
Yamaha Motor may break even Essar Oil to raise $207 million
 EXCHANGE
Dollar: Rs 46.40
Pound: Rs 84.50
Euro: Rs 56.55
Yen:  (100) Rs 43.90

 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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 SOURCES
Deccan Herald
Indian Express
Hindustan Times
The Hindu
Pioneer
Economic Times
Times of India
Statesman
Tribune
Business Standard
Business Line

 

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