About Us l Feedback l Guest Book l Archives l Search

Welcome! This is a trial run. Some links may not be working.

 
 

TOPICS COVERED

Art
ASEAN
Constitution
Defence
Democracy
Economy
Education
Environment
Feature
Foreign Affairs
Health
Heritage
Human Rights 
Indian Bureaucracy
India-Pakistan 
India-US Relations
Jammu and Kashmir
Nagaland
Nuclear
Politics 
Population 
Poverty
Religion
Science & Technology
Terrorism
Tourism
UN and India
Women
Defence
Democracy
Economy
Education
Environment
Feature
Foreign Affairs
Health
Heritage
Human Rights 
Indian Bureaucracy
India-Pakistan 
India-US Relations
Jammu and Kashmir
Nagaland
Nuclear
Politics 
Population 
Poverty
Religion
Science & Technology
Terrorism
Tourism
United Nations 
Women
ISSUES COVERED

What is India DAILY ROUND-UP

Saturday, 31 July 2004, 2200 hrs

NATION & STATES
India says it is keen on creation
of a pan-Asian community 

New Delhi wants to be included in the dialogue Asean has been holding with leading Asian nations like Japan... 

ECONOMY & BUSINESS

NTPC disinvestment to carry on 
despite resistance
 

The government has decided to move forward for the divestment of its share in the public sector major National Thermal Power Corporation despite stiff opposition from the Leftist parties...
 

FEATURED STORIES


India Together
Muslim women: new aspirations
Begum Hamid Ali said in 1940 that "now the time has come that we, women, should resort to satyagraha for securing our equal rights ..." RAMACHANDRA GUHA thinks that educational aspirations - especially for Muslim girls - that have long been deferred may finally be nearer to reality.

Bangladesh Web
Good boy to rich nations
Bangladesh once again seems to be reneging on its pro-poor position at the ongoing World Trade Organisation talks in Geneva, writes TANIM AHMED

Times of India
Flight of the ghost jehadis
The paranoid press is full of accounts of how Mideast men are staking out airports, making probing dry runs
, although common sense suggests they will not try the same methods again. By CHIDANANDA RAJGHATTA

Asia Times
Pakistan's king-maker drops a bombshell
The defection of Pir Pagara, Pakistan's leading king-maker, from the ruling party has caught many people unawares, and sends a warning to President Musharraf that he can't have everything his way. SYED SALEEM SHAHZAD tracks down the influential spiritual leader.

The Independent
Disaster that's as a global warning
All species of bird which inhabit the Shetland and Orkney islands have registered one of their worst breeding seasons in living memory

Japan Times
Drawing the line with China
India and China have held regular border negotiations since 1981 in the longest such process between two nations since the end of World War II. Yet, after 23 years of negotiations, the two Asian giants have not achieved a mutually defined line of control separating them.
By BRAHMA CHELLANEY

Times of India
Kashmir roadmap: Congress losing way?
The Congress-led UPA government has certain advantages over its political predecessor in dealing with the Kashmir situation, but is it going in the right direction, wonders BALRAJ PURI.

 TOP PICKS


OPINION

The challenge of mass hunger (Hindu)
Was Iraq a mutual charade? (Hindu)
The collapse of green revolution (DH)
Waiting for rain (Deccan Herald)
Narimanís Bill  (Tribune)
Security hazard  (Pioneer)



 What is India ABSTRACTS
COMING SOON!

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

 BUSINESS HEADLINES
Sebi probing insider trading
India settles trade glitches
Drought: 5-10% plan spending
AI to buy over 25 long-range jets
Japan banks in takeover battle
IA joins price war
IDBI-IDBI Bank swap ratio
Drought relief plans by govt
Oil instability brings gloom
India scuttles US WTO move
World Bank lauds Indiaís efforts
Revenue deficit at 61% of target
Inflation static at 6.52 %
Auto stocks lead rally
U.S. imposes anti-dumping duty
NTPC disinvestment to carry on

 CORPORATE HEADLINES
Corp governance centres named
M.P. Birla sisters join fight
Bakeman's to be acquired 
Itís Airways Vs Roadways
Ashok Leyland to collaborate
IBM Shifts Staff To Cut Layoffs
ITC plans new hotels
Airtel rings in EDGE
Caller ID facility failed to take off
Siemens to widen brand image

 WORLD HEADLINES
China warns Taiwan of clash
Saudi, Pak plan Muslim Iraq force
Iím ready for the job- Kerry
India-Pak differences unresolved
Al-Qaeda in Uzbekistan blasts
BBC forays into Bollywood
Top Al-Qaida man held in Pak


 EXCHANGE
Dollar: 47.00
Pound: 85.50
Euro: 56.70
Yen: (100) 43.25 
 INSCRIPTIONS
From South India 
Original texts from four states, transcribed from a definitive volume  published by the Archaeological Survey of India
ONLY ON WHAT IS INDIA
 SOURCES
Deccan Herald
Indian Express
Hindustan Times
The Hindu
Pioneer
Economic Times
Times of India
Statesman
Tribune
Business Standard
Business Line

 

About Us l Feedback l Guest Book l Archives l Search
© Copyright 2004 WhatisIndia Publications Pvt Ltd

setstats 1