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Thursday, 17 September 2004, 1800 hrs

TOP STORIES

Be friends, but avoid strategic
alliance with US, says CPI-M

The Communist ally of the government feels India should stand by the less developed world...

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Asia Times

Muslims grapple with winds of change
Muslims in India are struggling to keep pace with orthodoxy on one side and modernity on the other, writes AMULYA GANGULI

Times of India
France on edge
A wave of anger swept across France in the second week of July when a 23 year old French woman narrated her harrowing experience on the platform of an underground station in Paris. DILEEP PADGAONKAR reports

Business Standard
Chasing Manhattan
Why is StanChart investing so much in Manhattan? A look at how the credit card industry has been shaping up in India will explain why. From six million cards in 2002, the industry has grown to touch 10 million this year. By 2010, the Indian market will have 35 million credit cards, writes PRASAD SANGAMESHWARAn
 
Asia Times
Populist shock for India's power utilities
Politicians in India have decided farmers need free power. Many states have introduced the scheme, but won't compensate their power utilities for the losses, pushing them deeper into the red. None of this augurs well for the country's much-touted power reforms, KUNAL KUMAR KUNDU

 TOP PICKS

OPINION
PM: Bound for New York (The Hindu)
Naipaul unsound and acerbic (The Hindu)
 What price accuracy? (Business Standard)
Textile quotas hiccups (Business Standard)
Godmothers and TN police (Tribune)

 



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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


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 BUSINESS HEADLINES

Rupee gains further 
Uptrend halted on BSE 
Opec output up 1 mn barrels

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Maruti board meets on Sept 23 
Trevira gets new management 
M&M set to buy Munich firm
Zee to launch Hollywood channel 

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US soldier demoted, jailed 
Allawi to address UN Assembly
Poland wants Germany to pay  

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