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What is India DAILY ROUND-UP

Tuesday, 03 August 2004, 1700 hrs

NATION & STATES
India, Pakistan discuss ways to strengthen cultural ties†

Taking the peace process further, India and Pakistan on Tuesday began official-level talks on promotion of cultural exchanges, which is one of the eight points on the composite dialogue agenda...

ECONOMY & BUSINESS
Taxmen target exporters

With Finance Minister P Chidambaram having raised the bar on tax collection, taxmen will now breathe down the neck of exporters... 

FEATURED STORIES


The Hindu
CIA mole moved out 120 files from RAW
Top officials at the Research and Analysis Wing allowed a suspected Central Intelligence Agency mole in their ranks to remove upwards of 120 files from his office just weeks before he fled the country, writes PRAVEEN SWAMI

India Together
Shifting designs
Village craftspersons and our handicrafts sector are not impervious to impact in an era of massive global change that is accelerating due to ubiquitous communication facilities. M P
RANJAN suggests pro-active design and dynamic institutions for craftspersons to cope.


Indian Express

Armed against ourselves
When we reach the extreme contingency that requires deployment of armed forces, legal authority and powers like those under the Armed Forces Act are needed, says JASJIT SINGH 


The Hindu
The BJP and its middle course
Caught between the call of the Sangh Parivar and the threat of the National Democratic Alliance crumbling if it were to return to a "hard Hindutva" path, the Bharatiya Janata Party seems to have decided, for the moment, to take the middle path, says NEENA VYAS

Deccan Herald
Harry Potter is a capitalist pig
With the Harry Potter series, J K Rowling has enchanted the world: the reader is drawn into a magical universe of flying cars, spells that make its victims spew slugs, trees that give blows, books that bite, elf servants and portraits that argue. It has also provoked a fierce debate about its underlying message

Indian Express
D
ocís dilemma: breaking bad news 
It is always a matter of concern to medical professionals from the West participating in workshops associated with life threatening diseases in India to learn that a significant number of patients here are not told their diagnosis or prognosis by their doctors. 

 TOP PICKS


OPINION
Manipur on the brink (Indian Express)
Green signal from WTO (Indian Express)
Terrorism and regional economics (Hindu)
Access to science publications (Hindu)
Nagaland: Battle for peace (Telegraph)
Clear and present danger (Pioneer)
Of principles and common sense (Pioneer)



 What is India ABSTRACTS
COMING SOON!

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

 BUSINESS HEADLINES
Fund outflow spurts in July
Exports to get wider cover
IMF goofed up in Argentina
HBOS may bid for Abbey
Airlines brace for dogfight
Limited open sky policy likely
FM's nod for sops to exporters
Sebi may cap MF investments
Citizen scheme yields low returns
Petronet to supply more gas
Look at the bottom of the heap
India safe for BPO sector- survey 
IFCI, IIBI with IDBI to merge
WTO framework welcomed
Index heavyweights pull Sensex

 CORPORATE HEADLINES
Tatas in talks over price cut
Bajaj spends Rs 48 crore on VRS
Amway to manufacture in India
TCS, Wipro remain on top
Maruti July sales up
Siemens' new chief
Corporates to raise $790 m
PNB recovers from defaulters
Pepsi,RadioMirchi ads the best
P&G,CSIR for combined research
Xerox Corp for Indian venture


 WORLD HEADLINES
US a nation in danger: Bush
Three killed in Rafah explosion
Drive to eradicate polio back 
Kerry, Bush spar over policy
Israel plans 600 colony homes
Security 'hurts' foreign students
Singapore employment hits high 
Bahrain supports reconstruction


 EXCHANGE
Dollar: 46.95
Pound: 85.65
Euro: 56.75
Yen: (100) 43.65

 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
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