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What is India DAILY ROUND-UP

Wednesday, 12 January 2005, 2000 hrs

TOP STORIES
Order seer out of south India,
TN petitions Supreme Court

The Tamil Nadu police want the senior Kanchi seer out of the south on the grounds that he may tamper with evidence, given his strong following this side of the Vindhyas


BUSINESS & ECONOMY
Govt to dilute holding in
Maruti Udyog, BHEL

The stake sale, initiated by the finance ministry, will help the government raise around Rs 2,000 crore and reduce the fiscal deficit 
 

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REPORT
NRI donates $10 million
to build college in AP

Paila Malla Reddy had to contend with vested interests before his free college could take shape. For children of illiterate farm workers, college education is now a dream within reach, reports PRAKASH M SWAMY


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



Indian Express
Globalisation 3.0 
This was the first natural disaster in the time of globalisation, 24/7 news channels, the Internet. It indicated how we are likely to perceive and react to future tragedies.
WTO, Big Mac and the tsunami: three sides of the same coin, says ASHOK MALIK

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Pioneer
India's tsunami diplomacy
It is tragically ironic that Jyotindra Nath Dixit, India's greatest visionary diplomat, died suddenly last week. Ironic because it was the very week that India asserted its role as a major power in its own right and showed the pretenders their place. By steadfastly refusing to be bullied by imperious Western powers into accepting aid for its tsunami victims and, instead, dispatching assistance to neighbours, India firmly marked its arrival on the world stage as a power to be reckoned with, writes CHANDAN MITRA

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Asia Times
Musharraf blusters as Balochistan boils
Reacting to an attack on Tuesday by tribals on a gas field in Balochistan province, Pakistani President General Pervez Musharraf has warned of a tough military response to any further insurgency. But although the general's words might be strong, putting them into action will come with dangerous consequences, says SYED SALEEM SHAHZAD

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Gulf News

Muslims need political,
not religious, reform

Ever since Iran's President Mohammad Khatami launched his slogan of "reform" eight years ago, the idea of reforming Islam has generated an industry employing quite a few people across the globe. By AMIR TAHERI

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Indian Express
In death zone, basic instincts worked 
K R Ramachandran, forest officer of the Point Calimere Wildlife Sanctuary at Kodaikarai, says that 8 to 10 minutes before the waves crashed into the sanctuary, all the guards standing in observation towers saw the same spectacle: Virtually every animal, dashed towards higher grounds and stood there.


TOP PICKS

OPINION


Haryana: EC asserts (Tribune)
Sugar price rise (Tribune)
Mrinal Sen: Delayed honour (Tribune)
Elections: Advantage UPA (The Hindu)
Where is Prabhakaran (The Hindu)



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South Indian Inscriptions 

Original texts from four states, transcribed from a definitive work published by the Archaeological Survey of India

Volume 8
Chola Inscriptions

Volume 10
Telugu Inscriptions
from Andhra Pradesh

Volume 12

Pallava Inscriptions

Volume 14

Pandya Inscriptions

Volume 16
Telugu Inscriptions
of the Vijayanagara Dynasty

Volume 17

Inscriptions Collected
 During 1903-1904

 BUSINESS HEADLINES

India warned of fiscal deficit 
States ignore Centre’s query 
India ‘mostly unfree’

 CORPORATE HEADLINES

Pantaloon, Indus League pact
Mumbai money capital for sure




WORLD HEADLINES

Baghdad Governor killed
Syria ready to talk with Israel
Mubarakto seek 5th term 
Israel a Zionist enemy: Abbas 
Pinochet indictment upheld 
Wen reassures miner families 



 

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