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What is India DAILY ROUND-UP

Thursday, 25 November 2004, 2000 hrs

TOP STORIES
India rules out territory
trade-off in Kashmir

India told visiting Pakistan Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz that it would go all out for peace, but was not looking for a "territorial" solution

ECONOMY & BUSINESS
Delhi links MFN status to
gas pipeline project

Petroleum Minister Mani Shankar Aiyar said India favoured the India-Iran gas pipeline project, but only as part of a larger economic collaboration with Pakistan

SPECIAL REPORT
Nov 11 turned out like Sept 11
When they heard news of the Kanchi seer's arrest, many outraged Indians in the US frantically called home. NRIs have also been organising prayers meetings to support an acharya they hold in high esteem. A round-up by PRAKASH M SWAMY

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Pioneer
An ear for the General
Three years after the Agra Summit, the felicity with which Musharraf engages the media to throw radical policy options India's way remains unchanged, says SHOBORI GANGULY


Asia Times

A march of mediocrity
Globalization: Culture and Education in the New Millennium, edited by Marcelo M Suarez-Orozco and Desiree Baolian Qin-Hilliard, joins the already vast sea of academic writing on globalization. Seven of its 10 essays are laughably shallow. Three authors have done their homework and actually have something to say, says PIYUSH MATHUR
 
The Hindu
1971: Lest we forget
Both India and Bangladesh are guilty of not working towards building a win-win relationship due to their internal and external political preoccupations. By R HARIHARAN

Deccan Herald
Terrorism rooted in malnutrition
Researchers see a link between malnutrition from the post-natal phase and the antisocial mindset in teens. reports SANKAR RAY

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OPINION

Debates and divisions (Telegraph)
Destination India (Tribune)
Right to information (Deccan Herald)
 Sorry end (Deccan Herald)
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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