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What is India DAILY ROUND-UP

Tuesday, 23 November 2004, 2000 hrs

TOP STORIES
Karunanidhi says Jaya acted 
out of personal vengeance 
The DMK president did an about turn and said the Jayalalithaa government had arrested Sri Jayendra Saraswati for political and personal reasons 

ECONOMY & BUSINESS
India eyes slice of HR BPO pie
After medical transcription and customer care, human resource services is poised to be the next big wave  

FEATURED STORIES


Indian Express
Peace is not a posture
Pakistan is wrong in assuming India can make territorial adjustments in the Valley. India is unjustified in thinking Islamabad has only to blink and terrorism would stop, writes KULDIP NAYYAR


Asia Times

China freezes, Asia catches cold
China's planned slowdown is already telling on the other economies in the region, where growth is beginning to shrivel too. This, along with crippling fuel prices and withering US demand, is beginning to confront monetary chiefs with some awkward policy choices, says
ALAN BOYD

Pioneer
New limits of corruption
People now accept corruption as part of their lives. As an issue, corruption has ceased to matter in the elections -- whether to assemblies or the Lok Sabha, rues JOGINDER SINGH

Financial Express
The global bull run in gold
Instead of hoarding gold coins or biscuits, India needs to push hard for investment in attractive gold bonds, so that the dormant wealth can be put to productive use, says SUCHETA DALAL

Asia Times
India takes the fight to guerrillas
Building on the successes of its world-renowned counter-insurgency school, the Indian army is developing a second center to provide special jungle guerrilla warfare training, another sign of Delhi's increased resolve to wipe out insurgents in the northeast. By RAMTANU MAITRA
 

TOP PICKS

OPINION

Bush's arms diplomacy (Hindustan Times)
Toys for generals (Tribune)
Naxal upswing in UP (Tribune)
 Electric policy (Telegraph)
Kanchi seer case: legal bind (Times of India)



What is India Editorial


What does it mean to be a Hindu in India?

Unease grows in the hearts of common Indians as they watch a revered saint being arrested and humiliated, writes
SOUMYA SITARAMAN

No eulogy for Veerappan
No tears will be shed
 for the dead bandit, but we must address the causes that created such a monster, says
ARAVIND SITARAMAN


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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 8
Chola Inscriptions

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 BUSINESS HEADLINES

Petroleum Secretary in Iran
Manufacturing records impressive
Dabhol Power likely by 2006
Borrowing levels down

 CORPORATE HEADLINES

Phoenix Yule bags export award
Durga Bearings is Jap co dealer

WORLD HEADLINES

Powell begins Mideast mission
Bush keen on 9/11 bill passage
Ukraine PM takes lead
Setback to Bush on spy plan
Quake rocks summit city
Chernobyl `led to cancer cases'

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