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Wednesday, 27 October 2004, 2000 hrs

TOP STORIES

Musharaff offers new
Kashmir formula

The Pakistan president said dispute resolution would be easy if India and his country could demilitarise the Kashmir region

ECONOMY & BUSINESS
RBI retains credit policy
Commercial bank interest rates are unlikely to go up this season
 

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Pioneer
Sometimes wrong may be right
Dussehra and Vijayadashmi are defining elements of popular Hinduism. Both Ram's triumph over Ravana and Durga's victory of the demon Mahishasura symbolise the triumph of good over evil. Yet, the distinction is never black and white. Neither Ravana nor Mahishasura were outright scoundrels, writes SWAPAN DASGUPTA

Outlook

Home alone
Stereotypes can't confine her anymore as the urban woman redefines her place in the family, says SOMA WADHWA


Asia Times
Pact to expand India's Lanka role
A far-reaching bilateral defence agreement between New Delhi and Colombo - now in its final stages - is likely to pave the way for India's return as a major player in Sri Lanka. This will end New Delhi's policy of aloofness toward island affairs, leaving India poised to play a significant role in the peace process, too. By SUDHA RAMACHANDRAN

Indian Express
The idea of Pakistan
The number of jehadis is growing. Attacks on mosques are common. Terrorism, once encouraged by the state, is now threatening the civil and military establishment, writes KULDIP NAYYAR

India Together
Citizen Lakshmi 
She lives in a six feet by eight feet hut in Mumbai and pays a whopping Rs.400 per month to light one bulb and a table fan. She is a leader of her community, and yet some better off want her disenfranchised. KALPANA SHARMA rebuts a new divisive cry in Mumbai.

TOP PICKS

OPINION
Plug the security loopholes (Deccan Herald)
Overcrowded jails (Deccan Herald)
 Haj politics (Pioneer)
Education: Face the real issues (Pioneer)
PM's US visit: Joy and despair  (Telegraph)



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


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 BUSINESS HEADLINES

Dual citizenship for NRIs
Cabinet clears FDI in civil aviation
Maran against trade barriers

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Merill Lynch trims stake in LIC
D Chhabria plans car design unit 
BCCI challenges HC order in SC
Bajaj plans hinge on diplomacy
Exide to set up smelter plant 
Satyam Computer Q2 net up

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Iran gets 'last chance' on N-issue
Early voting begins in USA
Afghanistan: rockets hit US bases

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