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 The Indian Analyst

What is India DAILY ROUND-UP

Thursday, 02 September 2004, 1700 hrs

NATION & STATES

India ready to make LoC
in Kashmir 'softer
'
Ahead of the crucial foreign ministers meeting in Delhi, India on Thursday said it was prepared to enhance people-to-people contact in Kashmir...

BUSINESS & ECONOMY

US turns down WTO ruling, continues dumping duties

The United States Trade Representative (USTR) said it would continue to impose duties on countries that dump their goods in US markets despite a World Trade Organisation (WTO) ruling...

FEATURED STORIES


The Hindu
One hundred days of solitude
If the BJP has not reconciled itself to being in the Opposition, the Congress too sometimes gives the impression of not reconciling itself to the fact that it is now in power, says SIDDHARTH VARADARAJAN
 
India Together
This journalist demands his rights 
With the Maharashtra elections just around the corner, Shahid Burney, a Pune-based editor-journalist used the Right to Information law to precipitate the transfer of a number of police officers whose postings violated Election Commission norms. An interview.

Asia Times
Kerala turns weeds into riches
It is arguably the world's worst water weed, able to replicate itself 3,000 times in just 50 days, using up vast quantities of water and nutrients. But Kerala is leading the battle against the troublesome hyacinth - by converting it into an industrially valuable enzyme.


Deccan Chronicle
'No mediation in Kashmir' 
George W Bush says that the US is a friend to India and Pakistan and would urge both to work for peace in the region. An interview with AZIZ HANIFFA

Tribune
Why canít Vajpayee see dangers ahead?
It is a small mercy that in the deepening darkness caused by the almost total paralysis of Parliament some minor shafts of light have begun to appear, says INDER MALHOTRA

 TOP PICKS

OPINION
One hundred days of solitude (Hindu)
Avoid a knee-jerk reaction (Tribune)
Quadrennial wail (Statesman)
New beginning (Deccan Chronicle)
 Terror & backlash (Pioneer)
Space tech for global security (DH)
Don't Stall Labour Flow To Iraq (TOI)
Regulating the regulator (Indian Express)



What is India Editorial

Water and river management
in South Asia

Given China's disastrous environmental record, India should join an Asian alliance to pressure its big neighbour into behaving more responsibly, says
ARAVIND SITARAMAN


More edits

The failed Kashmir Women's Disqualification Bill

The state is better off without laws that seek to alienate and marginalise its people

It is raining bad politics
The Hubli drama holds a mirror to divisive politics.
 

INSCRIPTIONS

South Indian Inscriptions 

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

Volume 10
Telugu Inscriptions
from Andhra Pradesh

Volume 3 (Part I and II)
Miscellaneous Inscriptions
in Tamil
(Will be uploaded soon)

ONLY ON WHAT IS INDIA

 BUSINESS HEADLINES

ONGC: SEZ in Kakinada
China above India on labour front
FMCG packages on anvil
India to seek oilfields in Iran
Industry demands cheap power
Traiís proposal opposed

Boost tourism: Renuka
US defies WTO ruling
Do not misuse schemes, Nath
Indian oil merger and a regulator
Sebiís income declines
Rationalise taxes on cars- Montek Package for textile sector soon
Sensex up by 13pts

 CORPORATE HEADLINES

Indian Iron to merge with SAIL
LIC housing raises $30 million
Now, Spice slashes rates
Truckersí strike hits car sales

Alliance Air may have new fleet
ICICI OneSource buys US firm
Tata set to tap Chinese market
GAIL, to study national gas grid
Infy to invest $10 m in Finacle
Reliance eyes automotive biz
Dabur to buy Mysore Sandal
Citibank jumps into card war
Bajaj Auto to launch Discover
Raymond plans plant in Thailand


WORLD HEADLINES

Israel threatens Syria after blasts
Bush gets nomination, 3 cheers
Israel to target Hamas again
Anti-war campaign in Britain
US can tackle terrorism: Kerry
Uneasy calm returns to Nepal
N. Ireland peace talks open
Rebels take 400 hostage in Russia



EXCHANGE

Dollar: 46.85
Pound: 84.50
Euro: 57.20
Yen: (100)  44.20  

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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