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Thursday, 19  August 2004, 2200 hrs

NATION & STATES

Infiltration on the rise, says
chief of army staff
Islamabad holds an undiminished capability to control cross-border terrorism, and  infiltration attempts from across the Line of Control (LoC) have increased, officials said...

BUSINESS & ECONOMY

Tata proposes to invest 2 billion 
in Bangladesh

Bangladesh has agreed in principle to guarantee gas supply for 20 years to the Tata group in what will be the largest foreign investment in the country...

FEATURED STORIES


The Hindu

WTO: Implications for domestic agenda
It is important for India to make a careful study of the implications of the WTO framework accord and prepare to face the challenges, which are especially formidable for the country's farm and manufacturing sectors, says S D NAIK


Asia Times
India as a rising power
India's sheer numbers, its expanding middle class, robust military establishment and increasing sophistication in high technology are shaping the country as a rising political, economic and military power. This rise is inevitable, and has profound implications for US foreign policy.

Times of India
Return of the goras
The blog of a US techie who works in Bangalore shows that outsourcing can be a two-way traffic, writes CHIDANAND RAJGHATTA.

Financial Express

Utterly butterly concerned 

The flaxen-haired Amul girl is all grown up now. After selling Amulís milk products for over half a century with a rare sense of humour, she may soon graduate to marketing a novel health insurance scheme for the farmers of Gujarat.

Rediff
New Delhi, wake up!
The Centre can clamp President's rule on Manipur. But that would begin a potentially catastrophic confrontation with a state of the Union, says PRAFUL BIDWAI

 

 TOP PICKS

OPINION

Mess in Manipur (Tribune)
Showdown in Nepal (HT)
Administer reforms  (HT) 
Soundbyte morals (Pioneer)
Mao's shadow (Pioneer)
Arjun's tirade and the RSS (Pioneer)



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Original texts from four states, transcribed from a definitive work published by the Archaeological Survey of India

Volume 10
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Miscellaneous Inscriptions
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(Will be uploaded soon)

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 BUSINESS HEADLINES

Market fund may swell
Mutual funds reel in August 
Ministry sets up war room
No more IT coolies, weíre Indian
India plans air supplies to Nepal
Jaguar plant may be shut 
Oil prices at new high near $48

 CORPORATE HEADLINES

Linux gaining momentum in India 
Hutch's buy hits DoT hurdle 
Shoppers' Stop ready for IPO
Zee recreates Birla will drama

Nucleus to launch DTH antennae
SBI, Infosys in $35 m deal
Bank Islamic receives NoC

WORLD HEADLINES

Arafat refuses to sign reform doc 
20 more implicated in abuse

Sharon defeated in Likud vote
New PM may slow down reforms
Poor nations urged to reform UN
Japan plans counter-terror steps
US arrests 2 in Hamas case
Oprah convicts man for murder

EXCHANGE

Dollar: 46.90
Pound: 85.85
Euro: 58.00
Yen: (100) 43.95   

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

 

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