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What is India DAILY ROUND-UP

Tuesday, 4 January 2005, 1700 hrs

TOP STORIES
India turns down world aid
for Andaman Nicobar

The government has politely declined offers of help, worried that relief workers in sensitive areas could compromise the country's security


BUSINESS & ECONOMY
Top economists clash over
idea of Indian nation-state 

Nobel laureate Amartya Sen and Lord Meghnad Desai, professor emeritus, London School of Economics,
disagreed on whether India was a conglomerate of different nationalities or a conceptually united nation-state since ancient times  

 

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EDITORIALS
Resurgent violence in Jammu and Kashmir
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



Rediff
The essence of leadership
Leadership is about raising the aspirations of followers and enthusing people with a desire to reach for the stars. Mahatma Gandhi created a vision for independence in India and raised the aspirations of our people. Corporate leadership is about making people say, 'I will walk on water for you.' It is about creating a worthy dream and helping people achieve it, says N R NARAYANA MURTHY



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Asia Times
Of heroism and cliches
It's a cliche, but true, that tragedy brings out both the best and worst in people, from insufferable, impatient bores to unselfish heroes. David Simmons (pictured left) reflects on his brush with disaster. Martin Young took the pictures.


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Indian Express
Rebels, not criminals

The important question is how far is the government willing to go to retrieve those Naxalites who have picked up the gun for having found the system failing them, says KULDIP NAYYAR

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Financial Express
Soft drinks, hard realities
The CSE report into pesticides in soft drinks found high levels in many common brands. The Joint Parliamentary Committee recommended regulations to put adequate safety standards into place. Sanjay Parikh retraces a very public effort to protect public health.


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OPINION


Managing the Andaman crisis (Hindu)
Internet for India (Hindu)
Goof-up or lapse? (Telegraph)
New year resolve (Telegraph)



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South Indian Inscriptions 

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Volume 8
Chola Inscriptions

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Telugu Inscriptions
from Andhra Pradesh

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Pallava Inscriptions

Volume 14

Pandya Inscriptions

Volume 16
Telugu Inscriptions
of the Vijayanagara Dynasty

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Inscriptions Collected
 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




WORLD HEADLINES

China backs German bid at UN
Test explosives lost on flight
To the next level on the Net
Saddam trial after Iraq polls
Soldiers sue army 
Americans get a cover deal 
Al-Qaeda claims Jeddah attack 
Sexism in U.K. Parliament 
Philippines bans logging



 

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