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Wednesday, 19 January 2005, 2000 hrs

TOP STORIES
Pakistan violates ceasefire,
fires from across LoC

Indian Army sources said 81-mm mortars were landed near the border town of Poonch in retaliation for the killing of five infiltrating militants. The ceasefire had been in force since November 2003 


BUSINESS & ECONOMY
Canada views India as big
power, keen on trade
 
Visiting Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin also said his country would help India set up a tsunami warning system


WHAT IS INDIA SPECIALS


ANALYSIS

India's Look East Policy
Perspectives from the political,
 economic and military lenses


Post-Cold War, India has an improved interest in South East Asia. It is competing against a formidable rival, China, on many fronts. ERIC KOO PENG KUAN analyses what factors make the Look East Policy important to India, the response of South East Asia towards Indiaís new economic engagement, and what advantages India can gain over China in competing for the attention of South East Asia in economic co-operation


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 US Congressional leaders are running a campaign to drive home that a sale can squander opportunities to strengthen strategic US-India ties 

FEATURE PICKS



Asia Times
Knowing global power 
Itís a good thing the PM is serious about building knowledge institutions. The UPA governmentís NSC should aim at developing a knowledge-based national security needed to meet the challenges of globalisation in the 21st century, says K SUBRAHMANYAM 

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Indian Express

Once upon a Sankranti 
Half a century of harvests ago, the plans to control the flooding of the Kosi river got underway. The lives of those who live within its embankments have never been the same again; successive governments have failed them, and the practices that brought them such misery have remained firmly in place, notes DINESH MISHRA


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Asia Times
Zhao's death puts Hu in a quandary

The death of Zhao Ziyang - economic and political reformer and champion of the Tiananmen protesters - presents Chinese President Hu Jintao with a major quandary in drafting Zhao's political epitaph. He must tread carefully, as Zhao's reforms are now Hu's own, and there is still passionate support for the Tiananmen victims.  By TIAN JING

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Gulf News
Assembly poll shadow over New Delhi
Irrespective of who wins or loses the coming Assembly elections, there will be no change to the numbers in the Lok Sabha. But the chemistry of dependency at the Centre could change. By HARISH KHARE

TOP PICKS

OPINION


Seeking the truth on Godhra (Hindu)
Disavowal of responsibility (Hindu)
Not carnage, only accident
(Tribune)
VAT gets going (Tribune)
Rebel talks: setback in Andhra (Tribune)
Fake encounters 



INSCRIPTIONS

ONLY ON WHAT IS INDIA

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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