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What is India DAILY ROUND-UP

Friday, 5 November 2004, 2000 hrs

TOP STORIES

Police reform on Centre's agenda

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh also asked the police force to resist criminalisation and politicisation

ECONOMY & BUSINESS

Bush victory: BPO sector relieved
India's booming business process outsourcing sector is heaving a sigh of relief as Bush returns to power
 

FEATURED STORIES


Indian Express
Dear Mr Bush, stay your hand
Your somewhat callous unilateralism, as in Iraq, places these elites under unbearable pressure. Thirty years of investment in the life of the mind across the globe, is in danger of being squandered, writes SAEED NAQVI


Asia Times
India and the US game
Anyone who is elected president of the US has the country's national interests foremost in mind while formulating policies. If Delhi is to advance its relationship with Washington, it must understand that Indian interests will receive attention only if they are compatible with US national interests, says B RAMAN

India Together

This is now a Bush era
Put plainly, the U.S. is moving steadily and solidly to the right, says
JONATHAN FREEDLAND

Deccan Herald

Democracy in the Indian context
Unless drastic electoral reforms are pursued, our country will continue to have criminal elements at the helm, says J RAJAGOPALACHARI


TOP PICKS

OPINION
Bush's triumph (Hindu)
Stock exchange: successful decade (Hindu)
 Bush: Not again! (Indian Express)
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

Dalal Street rejoices
Oil slides below $50 

 CORPORATE HEADLINES

HLL plans to hive off Sewri facility
EIL eyes stake in Algerian firm
Ford launches Fusion
Jindal plans steel plant in WB
Outsourcing will grow: Nasscom
SBI not to hike PLR now

WORLD HEADLINES

Bush holds cabinet meeting
Iraq gunmen seize American 
Arafat in intensive care
Candidates preparing for 2008

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Indian Express
Hindustan Times
The Hindu
Pioneer
Economic Times
Times of India
Statesman
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Business Line

 

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