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- Musharraf’S Victory Is His Defeat (Asian Age, Irfan Husain, Oct 15, 2007)
That sound you canâ€™t hear as you read this is the sound of one hand clapping. And that hand belongs to those parties who supported Musharrafâ€™s re-election, and those benefiting financially from his presidency.
- Political Constraints Cripple Growth: Pm (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 13, 2007)
Emphasising that the country is at the threshold of a new era of social and economic development, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh warned that the nation and the economy "will not move forward on their own while we dissipate our energies in . . . .
- Go, Figure It Out (Times of India, Editorial, The Times of India, Oct 13, 2007)
You would think that a book called The Tiger That Isn’t is all about vanishing tigers. But actually the tiger in the title of the recently published book refers to numbers that reveal a vague pattern rather than a full-blown maneater.
- Backward Still (Frontline, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 12, 2007)
The 55th round survey (1999-2000) of the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) has been in the news since 2005 when a few scholars and columnists thought they had made a “discovery”.
- The Price Of Change (Dawn, A N Sudarsan Rao , Oct 11, 2007)
A CHANGE is as good as a holiday somebody once remarked, giving the idea a positive image.
- A Testament To Pakistani Art (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Oct 10, 2007)
THE nation now has its first purpose built National Art Gallery (NAG), a befitting gift on its 60th anniversary.
- And Children Labour On... (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 10, 2007)
A year of a ban on domestic child labour has brought some change in the lives of a few thousand rescued children, but lakhs continue to lead miserable lives in dhabas and in the homes of influential families, including those of government officials.
- Kerala's Shame (Hindustan Times, Editorial, HindustanTimes, Oct 10, 2007)
Sunday's mob attack on a 40-year-old hapless pregnant woman and her two children in Edappal, Kerala, is appalling.
- Abysmal Maternal Healthcare (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Oct 05, 2007)
WHEN a major government hospital in Pakistan’s largest city is forced to suspend gynaecological services on account of hazardous conditions in the labour room and the operation theatre, very little remains to be said about the general state of . . . .
- For South Asian Cooperation (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Oct 03, 2007)
LOOKING at the history of South Asia, it becomes obvious that the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) has not come up with sufficient initiatives to synergise the process of cooperation and give it an institutional base.
- Special Article (Statesman, YP GUPTA, Oct 03, 2007)
The import of 50 lakh tonnes of wheat for the second consecutive year (2007-08) and 55 lakh tonnes during 2006-07 imply that our food security is at risk.
- South Asia's New Czars (Times of India, SWAGATO GANGULY, Oct 01, 2007)
In trademark commando style, General Musharraf stated he would give up his army post only after, and not before, he is re-elected president.
- Bringing Up Babus (Indian Express, M. Rajivlochan, Sep 29, 2007)
Recently many secretary-level officers of the government of India had to attend a four-week training programme organised by IIM Ahmedabad in collaboration with the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
- Sc Questions Quota Over Lack Of Basic Education (The Economic Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 28, 2007)
The Supreme Court on Thursday put some searching questions to the Centre for going ahead with quota in higher educational institutions without fully addressing the issue of elementary education for social empowerment of backward classes.
- India Job Scheme 'Disappointing' (British Broadcasting Corporation, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 28, 2007)
India's most ambitious scheme ever to lift people out of poverty has met with largely disappointing results in its first year, studies suggest.
- “India Has Been Impressive In Applying Space Technology To Development” (Hindu, T.S. Subramanian, Sep 25, 2007)
“India is a world leader in using remote-sensing systems and technology for addressing basic problems associated with human development and food security. India has excelled in practical applications of space technology” and has been “a model to . . . .
- Tale Of Two Classes (Telegraph, ABHIRUP SARKAR, Sep 24, 2007)
With the possibility of an early general election brewing round the corner and the chance of a compromise between the Congress and the Left getting slimmer by the day, the common man is now intrigued by the obvious question: why is the . . . .. .
- Gandhiji's Selflessness (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Sep 24, 2007)
To say that Gandhiji was "unmoved by the desperate cries of his own family" is to picture him as a cruel man. But, he was one of the most kind-hearted men who ever walked upon this earth.
- Business As Usual (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Sep 24, 2007)
IT comes as no surprise that business leaders in Karachi have wholeheartedly welcomed the announcement of the presidential polls schedule.
- Good Life & Democracy (Statesman, Editorial, Statesman, Sep 18, 2007)
Shinzo Abe, who resigned recently as Japan’s Prime Minister, had called upon India to join the United States, Australia and Japan to establish an “Arc of Freedom”.
- Our World, In Terabytes (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 17, 2007)
Does decision-making paralyse you? A new book makes a case for careful data-crunching, another tells you to trust your intuition.
- Utility And Future Of Indian Democracy (Business Line, B. S. Raghavan , Sep 12, 2007)
Deploring the chaos and disorder with which the Lok Sabha is smitten and the loss of 40 per cent of the time earmarked for parliamentary business, the Speaker, Mr Somnath Chatterjee, while adjourning the House sine die, exclaimed:
- ‘A Question Of Rights, Not Development’ (Frontline, V. VENKATESAN, Sep 12, 2007)
IT may be a coincidence, but the signals are far-reaching. After having witnessed for three years the State governments’ indifference to utilising Central funds meant for socio-economic programmes in the naxal-affected districts, the Planning . . . .
- Environment And Development (Dawn, Editorial, Dailyexcelsior, Sep 11, 2007)
THE relationship between economic development and environmental sustainability is one of the most critical issues of our times.
- Child Protection Largely Neglected (Deccan Herald, Shruba Mukherjee , Sep 10, 2007)
Child Protection remains largely neglected, registering a marginal increase from 0.027 percent of the Union Budget in 2001-02 to 0.053 percent of the Union Budget in 2007-08
- “Punjab, Haryana Entering Major Economic Boom” (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 10, 2007)
States can attract Rs.50,000 cr. additional investments: study
Paper projects job opportunities for 2.5 million skilled, unskilled people by 2012 in States
They make for vibrant economies because of dynamic, productive people: ASSOCHAM President
- Muslim Gujjars’ Appeal To Pm (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 10, 2007)
Muslim Gujjars today appealed to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to incorporate amendments in the Sachar Committee report to include problems and difficulties faced by nomadic Muslim tribes of India, as this section had been left . . . .
- Rich Or Poor, Indians In Bad Shape (Times of India, Chidanand Rajghatta, Sep 08, 2007)
On the matter of weight, there are two schools of thought in developed countries among those exercised about the issue. One believes that outside every thin person there is a fat one closing in.
- Giving Voice To The Voiceless (Hindu, Editorial, The Hindu, Sep 04, 2007)
In his Ramon Magsaysay Award acceptance speech in Manila on August 31, P. Sainath, Rural Affairs Editor of The Hindu, spoke of the legacy bequeathed to Indian journalism by freedom fighters who doubled up as journalists, and said he w as accepting . . . .
- Social Novels (Hindu, C. G. Rishikesh, Sep 04, 2007)
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- A Thought For Muslims (Tribune, Editorial, The Tribune, Sep 03, 2007)
Forget for a moment selfish reasons that drive some to shed crocodile tears for Muslims. Also ignore the political calculations that normally go into taking up their cause.
- The Crowning Of The Moneylender (Hindu, Mihir Shah, Sep 01, 2007)
It is a sad commentary on the times we live in, that an RBI technical group looks to moneylenders to resolve the crisis of rural credit in India.
- Soaring Economy (Frontline, Ravi Sharma , Aug 30, 2007)
The State has come a long way from the agrarian economy that it inherited in 1956.
- Generating Employment (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Aug 29, 2007)
FIGURES on employment from a draft report from the ministry of labour confirm what most analysts already recognise: how disadvantageous women’s positions are in the work force.
- China Seeking Resources (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Aug 23, 2007)
Chad is as geographically isolated as places come in Africa. It is also among the continent's poorest and least stable countries, the scene of recurrent civil wars and foreign invasions since it gained independence from France in 1960.
- Systemic Ills (Frontline, T.K. RAJALAKSHMI, Aug 17, 2007)
Preoccupied with AIDS control, government and funding agencies gloss over other health priorities.
- The Funding Impact Of Plan Schemes (The Economic Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 17, 2007)
Every Plan document so far has had a similar structure. There is an initial preamble detailing economic and social achievements, and the problems that remain.
- Those Left Behind (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 16, 2007)
In his speech on the occasion of India’s 60th anniversary of independence from British colonial rule, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has rightly stressed the need to focus on socio-economic upliftment of the common man.
- Absence Of National Integration (Dawn, Sultan Ahmed, Aug 16, 2007)
AS Pakistan celebrates its 60th birthday with some people having almost everything they want, and the rulers having a low public rating, some of the deficiencies have become too glaring.
- The Big Question: Sixty Years After Partition, Why Is India Doing So Much Better Than Pakistan? (Independent (UK), Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 14, 2007)
Pakistan celebrates the 60th anniversary of its independence from Britain today (14 August) while India marks the occasion precisely 24 hours later.
- Case For Smaller States (Tribune, George Mathew, Aug 13, 2007)
Small is beautiful, they say. But is small also good? The experience certainly suggests that smaller states are better governed and better managed.
- India's Yin And Yang 60 Years After Independence (Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 11, 2007)
India will turn 60 on Wednesday. In a speech that for Indians resonates as powerfully as Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg address for Americans, nationalist leader and founding Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru declared that at midnight . . . .
- The Decade Of Our Discontent (Hindu, P. SAINATH, Aug 09, 2007)
Sixty years on, rural India is a shambles. The most severe agrarian crisis since the eve of the Green Revolution rages on.
- Making Society Inclusive (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 07, 2007)
The merits and the demerits of caste-based reservations have been debated for well over a century, but have failed to bring the proponents and opponents of the issue together.
- Beijing’S Billboards Brought Down (Hindu, PALLAVI AIYAR, Aug 04, 2007)
Plastered alongside the multi-lane highways that slice through the Chinese capital are massive billboards exhorting readers in technicolour to “Conquer the world” or “Be a foreigner’s landlord” by buying homes in apartment blocks with monikers such . . .
- Payments For Ecosystem Services (Hindu, Rohini Nilekani, Aug 03, 2007)
Two symbols come to mind immediately when we look at India as it is instead of through the aspirational prism of an India shining or poised.
- Water And Sanitation: A Pipedream For Indian Villages (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 30, 2007)
Gram Panchayats should be empowered to provide 100 per cent water and sanitation facilities to households.
- Two Missions For The 60th Anniversary (Hindu, M.S. Swaminathan, Jul 28, 2007)
Much remains to be done to make India hunger-free and to achieve a rural knowledge revolution.
- Kalam Asks Mps To Adopt Vision 2020 (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 24, 2007)
Calling upon the members of Parliament to adopt a resolution for Vision 2020, President APJ Abdul Kalam today said Parliament faced greater challenges at the dawn of 21st century, specially in matters related to human development and governance.
- Kalam Asks Mps To Help Youth Realise Vision 2020 (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 24, 2007)
In a moving farewell appeal, the outgoing President, Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, today asked MPs to live up to the current challenges facing the nation and also to motivate children and youth ~ the nation’s future ~ to realise vision 2020 to make India a . . . .
- Kalam: Call Me Chacha (Asian Age, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 24, 2007)
He is known by many names â€” missile man, peopleâ€™s President, rocket scientist â€” but one name the 75-year-old former teacher from Tamil Nadu would love to keep is "Kalam Chacha".
- Nda Fields Najma Heptullah For Vp Poll (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 23, 2007)
With allies Shiv Sena and Trinamool Congress still staying away, the BJP-led NDA on Sunday announced Rajya Sabha's former deputy chairperson Najma Heptullah as its Vice-Presidential candidate making the contest a triangular fight all involving . . . .
- `Schooling' Development (Business Line, Sudhansu R. Das, Jul 13, 2007)
Sustainable economic development of a nation depends largely on the physical and mental growth and attitude of its youth.
- Education, The Key To Inclusive Growth (Business Line, N. Sreedevi, Jul 13, 2007)
The Eleventh Plan Approach Paper spelt out that a key element of the strategy for inclusive growth must be “to provide the mass of our people access to basic facilities such as health, education, clean drinking water etc that they need.
- Look Beyond Muslims: Minority Panel Member (Pioneer, Rajeev Ranjan Roy, Jul 11, 2007)
Minorities do not mean Muslims only. There are other minority communities too who need Government's due attention," said Lama Chosphel Zotpa, member of the National Commission for Minorities (NCM), in the wake of Andhra Pradesh earmarking four . . . .
- A Grassroots Approach To Growth (Business Line, S. Srinath, Jul 11, 2007)
An improved purchasing power at the bottom of the pyramid will give an upward push and act as the power engine for the economy.
- Prime Concerns (Frontline, Purnima S. Tripathi, Jul 10, 2007)
Education and health continue to be priority areas for the State government in the matter of social upliftment.
- Flagging 7-7-7 (Indian Express, Pamela Philipose, Jul 09, 2007)
The date 7/7/7 had a resonance in more ways than one. It also marked the mid-point of an unusual global exercise. The nations of the world set eight ‘Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)’ for themselves in the year 2000 and gave themselves 15 . ..
- Has The Farmer Become A Myth? (Statesman, Editorial, Statesman, Jul 09, 2007)
Sir, ~ This is with reference to the views of Prof MS Swaminathan expressed in the interview “Agriculture should not be neglected” (30 June). In our country, where 65 per cent of the population depend on agriculture for livelihood, the farmer seems . . .
- Centre Turns Down Bharat Ratna Plea For Jagjivan Ram (Pioneer, Rajeev Ranjan Roy, Jul 05, 2007)
The Centre has turned down the request of Babu Jagjivan Ram Centenary Celebration Committee to confer Bharat Ratna posthumously on the country's Dalit icon and the Congress heavyweight of yore. Instead, the Congress . . . .
- Everyone Wants To Be Backward! (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 02, 2007)
KS Chalam has divided the book into two parts: The first part deals with the current status of the SCs, STs and OBCs, while the second focusses on the impact of caste-based reservation.
- Development Dynamics (Hindu, S. L. Rao, Jun 26, 2007)
This book opens with a perfunctory foreword by Amartya Sen, who as one of the founders of the World Institute for Development Economics Research (WIDER) in Finland 20 years ago, claims part responsibility for the name of the institute.
- A New Development Matrix For Kerala (Business Line, R. Sthanumoorthy, Jun 22, 2007)
Constrained by limited industrial raw materials and land, Kerala must rethink its approach and look at IT and biotechnology sectors that are booming.
- Pranab Launches Indian Business Forum In Singapore (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 21, 2007)
Launching the India Business Forum in Singapore, visiting External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee described it as a "laudable initiative which reflected the emergence of an entrepreneurial India.
- Little Value Addition (New Indian Express, Bibek Debroy, Jun 18, 2007)
Jan Breman has done extensive fieldwork in rural South Gujarat — Gandevigam, Chikhligam, Bardoligam, Atulgam (these are not real names of the villages) — and this has been documented in his earlier books.
- Muslim Zealots Are Media's Favourite Stereotypes (Deccan Herald, Firoz Bakht Ahmed, Jun 18, 2007)
While Muslims in general are liberal and have contributed to the country's development, they are often cast as fanatics by the media.
- Public Welfare And Democracy (Dawn, Javid Husain, Jun 18, 2007)
IT IS a tragedy of monumental proportions that the governmental machinery in Pakistan, which was supposed to be a welfare state working for the well-being of the common man based on Islamic egalitarian principles, was hijacked soon after . . . .
- Looking At Afghanistan (Telegraph, S.L. Rao, Jun 18, 2007)
Afghanistan has become bracketed with Iraq and its instabilities. In Afghanistan, the mujahedin ousted the Soviet occupiers and then lapsed into civil war.
- For Bufliaz Residents Mughal Road Means Survival (Tribune, Shariq Majeed, Jun 18, 2007)
The historic Mughal road may be the shortest link road between the Jammu province and Kashmir, but for residents its timely completion means economic upliftment.
- The Day The President Waited (Deccan Herald, Bharathi Ghanashyam, Jun 16, 2007)
As President Kalam reaches the end of his tenure, some moments are hard to forget.
- North India Lagging Behind In Attracting Money: Cii (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 14, 2007)
Industry body CII on Wednesday said there is a need to combine north Indian states into a common economic region where authorities could cooperate with each other, as the zone lags behind in attracting investments.
- India's Forsaken Poor (Pioneer, Jagmohan , Jun 14, 2007)
Economic reforms have made the rich richer and bypassed the masses that still grovel in gruelling poverty. While a third of India lives on Rs 12 a day, the 36 richest Indians are worth $ 191 billion. Our warped policies are preparing the ground for . ..
- Devolution And Development (Dawn, Shahid Javed Burki, Jun 12, 2007)
Devolution of government authority from the federal and provincial levels to the organs of the state at the lower levels — levels that are closer to the people — is one of the more innovative policy reforms to date of the Pervez Musharraf presidency.
- Sustaining The Economy Must Be A Class Act (Business Line, Sudhansu R. Das, Jun 12, 2007)
The system must ensure that merit, a most precious asset that powers a nation's growth, is recognised right at the school level and nurtured.
- Satisfaction For One And All (The Financial Express, Editorial, Financial Express, Jun 12, 2007)
Customer service is an integral part of any facet of banking, and it defines the future of any banking institution.
- Did G8 Achieve Anything On Climate? (The Economic Times, Editorial, Economic Times, Jun 11, 2007)
The agreement to “seriously consider” a halving of greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 by the G8 countries can, in the context of the stone-walling being done by the United States on any climate targets, be seen as a significant step forward.
- Did G8 Achieve Anything On Climate? (Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 11, 2007)
The agreement to “seriously consider” a halving of greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 by the G8 countries can, in the context of the stone-walling being done by the United States on any climate targets, be seen as a significant step forward.
- Small State, Big Stakes (Telegraph, RAMACHANDRA GUHA , Jun 09, 2007)
Goa’s Raj Bhavan commands one of the loveliest views in the country. It is surrounded by water on all sides — the estuary of the Zuari river on one side, the estuary of the Mandovi river on a second, the Arabian Sea on the third.
- Political Conversion In Mumbai (Frontline, LYLA BAVADAM, Jun 08, 2007)
The mass conversion rally to mark the 50th anniversary of Ambedkar's embracing of Buddhism assumes political overtones.
- Growing Risks To Economy (Business Line, Editorial, Business Line, Jun 08, 2007)
The slow process of poverty alleviation, the dismal face of Rural India and rising prices, inflation and interest rates threaten to put a damper on the India growth story.
- Gujjars' Anger (Frontline, T.K. RAJALAKSHMI, Jun 08, 2007)
RAJASTHAN burned for four days following the Bharatiya Janata Party government's brutal suppression of an agitation by the Gujjar community for inclusion in the Scheduled Tribe category. The police action against the agitators claimed the lives of . . . .
- Creeping Instability Around India (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Jun 04, 2007)
India’s regional security environment is characterised today by instability owing to the rise of Islamist fundamentalism, nexus between narcotics trafficking and terrorism, proliferation of small arms, uncertainty inherent in the rule of despotic . . . .
- Sun, Sand And Elections (Indian Express, Editorial, Indian Express, Jun 04, 2007)
Goa may be a tourist’s delight, but it is certainly a psephologist’s nightmare. It will be hazardous in the extreme to attempt a guess as to which party gets to form the next government in the state, given the size of Goa’s assembly — just 40 seats — . ..
- Gdp Logs In 9.4% Growth (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 01, 2007)
Income of an Indian on an average has grown by 8.4 per cent in real terms based on 1999-2000 prices. However, the GDP growth rate slowed down to 9.1 per cent in the fourth quarter of 2006-07.
- Govt. Departments Join Hands To Meet Social Welfare Targets (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 01, 2007)
Targets set as per Delhi Human Development Report
- At 9.4%, Economy Records Strongest Growth In 18 Years (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 01, 2007)
The Indian economy has for the second consecutive year maintained a 9 per cent GDP growth rate with the revised estimates for 2006-07 showing that the economy galloped at 9.4 per cent, the strongest in 18 years.
- Not Much Trickling Down (Tribune, Jagmohan , May 31, 2007)
Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh’s recent suggestion that the top executives of the business and industrial enterprises should have a voluntary cut in their emoluments, has once again given rise to a public debate about the pattern of economic . . .
- India Alarm Over Hiv In New Areas (British Broadcasting Corporation, Correspondent or Reporter, May 31, 2007)
India health officials are alarmed by the growing numbers of pregnant women infected with HIV/Aids in the key states of Uttar Pradesh (UP) and Bihar.
- It Exports From A.P. Hit A New High (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, May 30, 2007)
Continuing its robust growth in the Information Technology sector, the State registered software exports worth Rs. 18,582 crore ( $ 4.5 billion) during 2006-07, marking 48 per cent increase over the previous year's Rs. 12,521 crore.
- Dealing With The Agrarian Crisis (Hindu, M.S. Swaminathan, May 28, 2007)
The well-fed individuals in government bhavans should recognise agriculture as the backbone of the livelihood security system for 70 crore of our people and a basic requisite for national sovereignty.
- Dangers Of Pok’S Disaster Politics (Indian Express, Editorial, Indian Express, May 28, 2007)
In the second week of May the United Nations announced closing all its operations and offices in Bagh district in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK) following attacks on its officials by radical elements.
- Inclusiveness And Inequality (Business Line, Ranabir Ray Choudhury , May 28, 2007)
Growth is bound to be imperfectly distributed in an economy like India's even if development policy is made as inclusive as possible. Using this yardstick, one would perhaps not be far off the mark in suggesting that the UPA regime has done well . . .
- Give Us Today Our Daily Chaat (Indian Express, Seema Chisti, May 26, 2007)
If upliftment of the aam aadmi is a genuine goal, then a prerequisite is welfare of the chhota aadmi; citizens on the margins of even the aam aadmi
- Muslim Agenda: It’S Changing (Indian Express, Editorial, Indian Express, May 24, 2007)
The shift that is underway in Muslim politics in India is unmistakable. The community consistently fed on emotive issues and living constantly under the spectre of identity-in-crisis is finally shaking off the burden it has been carrying for so long.
- Key Reforms Adrift After 3 Years, Upa’S New Line: We Will Deliver In 2 Yrs (Indian Express, VIKAS DHOOT, May 23, 2007)
With coalition partners and even his Cabinet colleagues pulling in different directions and key economic reforms stalled, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, releasing a report card on three years of the UPA in office, chose to focus on the . . .
- ‘Education System Must Create Employment Generators, Not Employment Seekers’ (Indian Express, A.P.J. ABDUL KALAM , May 23, 2007)
Presently our university education system contributes three million graduates and post graduates every year. Seven million students after their secondary school education in 10th and 12th stop further education and seek employment every year.
- Meeting The Challenge Of Climate Change (Hindu, N. Gopal Raj , May 23, 2007)
A key issue is how to spread the pain of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
- Upa Puffs Past Three-Year Mark (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, May 23, 2007)
The UPA's report card to the people after three years in Government once again talked of robust economic growth and high investment in a spirit of self-praise. But the ghosts of poor agricultural performance and high inflation kept popping up their heads.
- Pm Priority Is Price Rise Check (Asian Age, Correspondent or Reporter, May 23, 2007)
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday came out with a slogan, "Build a New India, a Caring India", on the occasion of the completion of his governmentâ€™s three years in office. Prices remained his topmost concern in his address to the UPA . . .
- Inflation A Cause For Concern: Manmohan (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, May 23, 2007)
New thrust to farm sector
Vulnerable sections will be protected
Government wants "inclusive growth"
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