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What is India DAILY ROUND-UP

Friday, 19 July 2004, 1400 hrs

NATION & STATES
Pakistan demand on charter leaves
Saarc foreign secretaries at a loss 
The two-day foreign secretaries' meet in Islamabad began on a contentious note with Pakistan raking up its demand  that the council's charter include bilateral disputes...

NATION & STATES
Q1 results positive, corporates
look forward to good year

The net profit of 105 firms went up by 34 per cent in the first quarter. Power transmission could be opened up to the private sector...


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Guardian
Flawed genius of Darwin's arch rival
Natural history celebrates birth of founder, conceited but gifted scientist who coined the term dinosaur. 

Indian Express
Who's afraid of the underworld now?
Business barons, hoteliers, film personalities and industrialists, who once paid huge sums in extortion money, are now smiling wanly and waxing eloquent about the men in khaki.

The Statesman
Anti-globalist child of Seattle?
Sometimes a childrenís book is just that... and French intellectuals neednít get their knickers in a twist over dissecting Harry Potter, writes BEN MACINTYRE POOR

Financial Express

Itís all Greek for Indian brands
Ever wondered why Indian athletes, unlike the cricket icons, are hardly ever picked up for brand promotions? We already know that cricket sells like nothing else.

The Hindu

Peace on the guillotine, again
Dialogue in Jammu and Kashmir cannot succeed unless the central precondition for democracy exists: a commitment by all parties to resolve differences through discourse, not military means, writes PRAVEEN SWAMI

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OPINION

Dogma, duplicity in licence raj (Statesman)
Accounting for Iraq (Guardian) 
Space: more black holes (Guardian)
Iraq: incomplete investigations (Hindu)
School fire tragedy (Hindu readers' column)



 What is India ABSTRACTS
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 BUSINESS HEADLINES
Lenders may get better deal
Hardware export up 37%
India at 127th position in HDI
Pvt players shine in non-life
West Bengal leaps backwards
Exporters may get cess rebate
National ID cards by Dec-end
BSNL opposes TRAI charge plan
FMCG sector looks to rain gods
 CORPORATE HEADLINES
HM may rope in Mitsubishi
Lodha to stay Grasim auditor
Adworld accounts in churn
Marwari clan split on will saga
Wipro starts hiring for Kolkata
Q1: No cheer for beer sales
ONGC in talks with Coal India
Dabur eyes EU for cancer pills
Leela Group plans expansion
Why chefs mean business
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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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Indian Express
Hindustan Times
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Pioneer
Economic Times
Times of India
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Tribune
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