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 The Indian Analyst

What is India DAILY ROUND-UP

Friday, 03 September 2004, 1700 hrs


Crucial talks with Pakistan: Singh,
Vajpayee exchange views

Two days before the Delhi round, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had a breakfast meeting with his predecessor Vajpayee...


Inflation zooms past 8 per cent

All major indices - primary articles, fuels and manufactured products- move up...


The Hindu
Countering terror
Where counter-terrorism violates human rights, it produces state terrorism directed against a nation's own people, says RAJEEV DHAVAN
Asia Times
From puppet to prime minister
The Indian government's biggest achievement under Singh has been to restore the imbalance between politics and governance, while the premier himself has revealed that he possesses a somewhat wily streak that he has been able to use to good effect, says TARINI UNNIKRISHNAN

India Together
Adolescent alert!
The Indian Academy of Paediatrics (IAP) has released a training manual to assist doctors in counselling adolescents and teenagers on sexuality and related matters. The IAP has already trained more than 1,000 doctors across the country in the last four years. Nitin Jugran Bahuguna reports.

Should death penalty die?
Dhananjoy Chatterjee died on the gallows leaving behind one worthwhile bequest ó an intense debate whether it was not time India too joined the majority of the countries of the world in abolishing capital punishment, says PUNYAPRIYA DASGUPTA


Would Chirac refuse to meet PM? (Tribune)
Children as hostages (Tribune)
Befitting package
Infrastructure is the key (Hindu)
 Who's afraid of Michael Moore? (Hindu)
Blow for equality (Deccan Herald)
Vibrant religion (Deccan Herald)
Entangled in terror (Hindustan Times)
Religion of Man   (Hindustan Times)

What is India Editorial

Water and river management
in South Asia

Given China's disastrous environmental record, India should join an Asian alliance to pressure its big neighbour into behaving more responsibly, says

More edits

The failed Kashmir Women's Disqualification Bill

The state is better off without laws that seek to alienate and marginalise its people

It is raining bad politics
The Hubli drama holds a mirror to divisive politics.


South Indian Inscriptions 

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

Volume 10
Telugu Inscriptions
from Andhra Pradesh

Volume 3 (Part I and II)
Miscellaneous Inscriptions
in Tamil
(Will be uploaded soon)



ONGC: SEZ in Kakinada
Dabhol project may get sops
FMCG packages on anvil
India to seek oilfields in Iran
Industry demands cheap power
Traiís proposal opposed

Boost tourism: Renuka
US defies WTO ruling
Do not misuse schemes, Nath
Indian oil merger and a regulator
Sebiís income declines
Rationalise taxes on cars- Montek Package for textile sector soon
Sensex up by 13pts


Intel cuts outlook, stock falls
New EDs at Kotak Investment
Round One to Lodha
Truckersí strike hits car sales

Letter shows up Birla rifts
Time Warner hikes MGM bid
Tata set to tap Chinese market
GAIL, to study national gas grid
Infy to invest $10 m in Finacle
Reliance eyes automotive biz
Dabur to buy Mysore Sandal
Citibank jumps into card war
Bajaj Auto to launch Discover


Anwar Ibrahim released
Bloodied hostages at Russia siege
1,500 hostages still trapped
Bush, Kerry square off over Iraq
Floridians flee as storm looms
Uneasy calm returns to Nepal
Iraq militants kill three Turks
Rebels take 400 hostage in Russia


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Pound: 84.50
Euro: 57.20
Yen: (100)  44.20  


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Indian Express
Hindustan Times
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Economic Times
Times of India
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