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Friday, 31 December 2004, 2000 hrs

What is India wishes all its readers
a happy new year!


TOP STORIES
Too much or too little: relief cries out for co-ordination
A lack of coordination in tsunami relief efforts has led to an excess of supplies in some villages and a total scarcity of basic necessities in others


BUSINESS & ECONOMY
Business as usual, say
IT firms in Chennai
 
Clients of major Indian information technology firms have not panicked, nor have clients cancelled or rescheduled their visits to Chennai following the tsunami wave that hit the city on December 26

 

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EDITORIAL
Resurgent violence in
Jammu and Kashmir

India has all the strong cards required to bring Pakistan to heel, but is unwilling to play them. ARAVIND SITARAMAN lists five compelling reasons that can convince Kashmiris about the wisdom of staying with India

What does it mean to be a Hindu in India?
Indian Elections: Verdict 2004
Meritocracy in the private sector

War on the people
United protest in New York 
Appeal from an urban middle class devotee
Pillar of Hinduism
Nov 11 turned out like Sept 11

'Nobody is above the law of our country'
'SP has no regard for law or truth'

More edits
 
HERITAGE

Perfect, stately and tall
If a temple were ever built to make a statement, this is it. USHA KRIS describes the grandeur of the Rajarajeswaram temple
 in Tamil Nadu


NEWS UPDATE
Congressional leaders oppose F-16 sale to Pakistan
Two prominent Congressional leaders have warned Bush against selling F-16s to Pakistan saying it can seriously undermine US-India relations. They are running a campaign to drive home that a sale can squander opportunities to strengthen strategic US-India ties 

FEATURE PICKS


Economist

Race to aid tsunami victims

The death toll from the Indian Ocean tsunamis has soared to above 120,000 with the discovery of huge numbers of further victims in the Indonesian province of Aceh. Though the biggest relief operation in history is under way, tens of thousands more may now die from disease and hunger
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Tribune
A New Year resolution for PM
Nations, like individuals, ought to make New Year resolutions. Individuals, however, have the universal tendency to forget their resolutions after the celebrations are over; nations cannot afford to forget theirs.
 Our nation needs to shed a lot, says H K DUA

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Financial Express
Justice, rights and poverty
We have many sensible models of speedy justice available. In India, decades ago, we had an effective system of honorary magistrates to try petty offences, says
JAYAPRAKASH NARAYAN


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Tribune

Living with fear, trauma in Emerald Isles
Queues of water buckets and bins line the street-side during daytime, as anxious residents wait for water tanks to reach them. In the night, while the more hardy and less fearful donít mind being within buildings, many sleep out in the open.


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TOP PICKS

OPINION


Creating a tsunami warning (Hindu)
Credit: boon or bane (Hindu)
Taking wing (Telegraph)
Art: Dishonourable trends (Telegraph)



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Chola Inscriptions

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 During 1903-1904

 BUSINESS HEADLINES

Pak favours India investments
Indo-Iran deal hits hurdle 
Banks get more teeth  
EU backs Lamy for WTO post

 CORPORATE HEADLINES

Go beyond FRBM Act: Study
Sort out rice issue, Gail told
Councillor protests job shifts to India




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Sexism in U.K. Parliament 
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