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What is India DAILY ROUND-UP

Friday, 26 November 2004, 1700 hrs

TOP STORIES
Treat Shankaracharya well,
Manmohan tells Jaya

The prime minister has written to the Tamil Nadu government asking it to ensure the physical well-being of Sri Jayendra Saraswati, now under judicial remand

ECONOMY & BUSINESS
Reliance crisis deepens, six
directors resign from board

One of India's biggest business empires faces a leadership crisis, with the two sons of the founder locked in a what is now an open battle 

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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Deccan Herald 
A step forward 
While Indo-Pak differences persist, a commonality of interests has emerged. 

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The New Indian Express 

Call this pro-poor? 
It is surprising that the government has decided to roll back the planned increase in the price of LPG. Surprising, because even though this price hike was unpopular, it had not raised hackles to the extent that a rollback was justified. 


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The Telegraph 

Keep them in check 
A leading vernacular daily recently quoted the Central Vigilance Commission saying that it had identified 371 tainted civil servants who were awaiting "clearance for action" against them says Abhijit Bhattacharyya. 


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The Tribune 
Meals for students 
The Supreme Courtís directive to all the states and Union Territories on Wednesday to provide cooked mid-day meal to school children up to Class V by January 2005 is timely. So far the Centre has been providing free foodgrain to the states, along with the funds for transportation from the Food Corporation of India depots to granaries in the state capitals. 



Asia Times 

Pakistan's Bhutan gambit worries Delhi 
By sending a large delegation to Bhutan, Pakistan has left New Delhi - long suspicious of Islamabad's role in fueling anti-India activities in neighboring countries - with a sense of unease, particularly given India's success in making its border with Bhutan virtually insurgent-free. Washington's silence, too, is cause for concern. - Ramtanu Maitra 

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The Economic Times 

Rebel without a silhoutte 
Faiz Ahmed Faiz, who died 20 years ago this week, is usually described as a Pakistani poet and, in terms of the dismal realities post Partition, that is right. 


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TOP PICKS

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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