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- Central Forces Yet To Arrive In Nandigram (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
Even as two persons were killed in fresh violence in the Nandigram area on Tuesday, West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee reviewed the situation at a meeting with senior State and police officials here.
- Left Off The Constitution (Telegraph, RUDRANGSHU MUKHERJEE, Nov 07, 2007)
The excitement surrounding the ongoing CBI inquiry ntothe death of Rizwanur Rahman has diverted attention from certain very obvious aspects of the episode.
- Reservation For Minorities (Frontline, S. Viswanathan, Nov 07, 2007)
Tamil Nadu enacts a law granting separate reservation for Muslims and Christians in the Backward Classes quota.
- ‘N-Deals Will Boost Energy Security’ (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
Battling a stiff Left resistance, an apparently confident Congress-led UPA government declared today that the civil nuclear cooperation with the United States of America and other countries, as and when it succeeded, would strengthen the . . . .
- Rallying Forces For Land (Frontline, Purnima S. Tripathi, Nov 07, 2007)
“WORK for every hand, bread for every stomach, land for the landless, protection for small farmers and traders, change in the present economic policies.”
- Kerala's Check On Corruption (Frontline, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
TRUCKERS on National Highway 47, long used to greasing the palms of officials for easy passage through the checkpost at Walayar, are now offered an interesting alternative by the Government of Kerala.
- Tail Wagging The Dog (Frontline, V. Sridhar, Nov 07, 2007)
Recent events in the markets confirm the suspicion that the stock market tail is wagging the economy dog as never before.
- The Chinese Dream (Frontline, P. S. SURYANARAYANA, Nov 07, 2007)
The 17th National Congress of the Communist Party of China re-elects Hu Jintao as general secretary and amends the party constitution.
- The Real Bobby Jindal (Frontline, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
Jindal is the first Indian American to win a gubernatorial election in the U.S., but there are concerns about his silence on racism.
- Fanning The Flames In Nandigram (Frontline, SUHRID SANKAR CHATTOPADHYAY, Nov 07, 2007)
What started off as a violent agitation against a rumour of land acquisition in Nandigram block in West Bengal’s East Midnapore (Purba Medinipur) district 10 months ago has, in fact, taken the form of a struggle for turf control between the . . . .
- Usa Rider To Take N Korea Off Terror List (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
The USA has told North Korea it must come clean on all its suspected nuclear programmes to secure removal from Washington’s list of state sponsors of terrorism, a report said today.
- No Closure (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
The latest issue of People’s Democracy has an editorial on the Gujarat riots in the wake of Tehelka’s sting operation.
- A War Against 'Terror' (Deccan Herald, Deepali Gaur Singh, Nov 07, 2007)
Even as the mighty Soviets of the 80’s were withdrawing from Afghanistan following their resistance from an army of disparate guerrillas who had humbled them by their sheer resilience (and definitely not without statistical help from their . . .
- 3 Cpm Workers Killed In Nandigram Violence (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
Three CPI(M) supporters were killed and 20 seriously injured as violence erupted once again in Nandigram on Tuesday as armed party cadres made a desperate bid to recapture lost ground.
- Woman At Arms (Telegraph, Editorial, The Telegraph, Nov 06, 2007)
There is always a danger when stridency becomes more important than substance.
- North And South Korea Join Hands To Alleviate Food Shortage (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 06, 2007)
North Korea and South Korea have decided to establish a jointly operated hog farm in the North's capital as part of an attempt to alleviate the communist nation's chronic food shortages, a South Korean official said on Tuesday.
- N-Panel Meet May Be Delayed (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 06, 2007)
The sixth meeting of the United Progressive Alliance (UPA)-Left committee on the contentious India-US civil nuclear deal is likely to be delayed as both sides are adamant on their stance and it will be impossible for the panel to come out. . .
- Bjp Gives Notice For Vote, Debate On N-Deal In Winter Session (Indian Express, Pradeep Kaushal, Nov 06, 2007)
As the President summoned the Winter session of Parliament for November 15 on Monday, the Opposition BJP gave notices for a discussion on the Indo-US nuclear deal under rules 184 and 193. While rule 184 warrants voting, rule 193 entails just a discussion.
- Congress Cold To Meet, Soren Sounds Alert (Telegraph, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 06, 2007)
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha chief Shibu Soren sounded the early election bell, while a crucial UPA meeting called tomorrow left the state Congress in the cold.
- Maoists Plan Stir If Govt Fails To Implement Resolution (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 06, 2007)
The Maoists in Nepal have threatened to launch a massive agitation if the government fails to implement parliamentary resolutions to move towards a republican form of government and adopting a proportional electoral system by amending the Constitution.
- Nepal Passes Proposals (Hindu, Ameet Dhakal, Nov 05, 2007)
The Communist Party of Nepal (UML) and the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoists) struck a deal at the eleventh hour and got each of their proposals on declaring the country a republic and the proportional electoral system passed through the . . . . . .
- Left With An Alternative (Asian Age, M.J. Akbar, Nov 05, 2007)
The Indian Left is much larger than its most visible face, the Communist Party of India (Marxist). It is split three ways, each currently pointing in three directions.
- No One To Fight For Indian Workers In Gulf (Times of India, Dhananjay Mahapatra, Nov 05, 2007)
Almost a decade ago, International Labour Organisation (ILO) adopted the 'Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work'.
- Communism Is Dead (Times of India, Editorial, The Times of India, Nov 05, 2007)
India needs a thoroughgoing debate about the future of the Left.
- Developments Are Of Special Concern To India: Bjp (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
Virtual martial law and harmful to Pakistan, says CPI(M)
“Those who imposed emergency cannot be reliable allies”
Comparisons drawn with emergency in India
- China’S India Aggression (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
There are four main aspects to the China-Tibet-India problem over the last century, some of which are only now becoming apparent.
- Nandigram: Brinda Karat Sees A Conspiracy (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
Why a Union Minister from West Bengal is opposed to the deployment of the Central Reserve Police Force in Nandigram as sought by the State government when those belonging to States such as Andhra Pradesh and Assam, are agreeable to . . . . .
- Rising Sensex (Tribune, Jayshree Sengupta, Nov 05, 2007)
There is much euphoria about Sensex touching the 20,000 mark within a short period.
- Fresh Print (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
Journalist Vijay Raghavan’s first novel is quite a tour de force. On the face of it, it is a straightforward story of Bharat Sharma, an English lecturer who marries a beautiful heiress, his student.
- Andhra Reopens 31-Yr-Old Naxalite Case (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
The Andhra Pradesh police has re-opened a 31-year-old case that symbolised a defining moment in the blood-soaked Naxalite history. A senior Maoist leader was arrested and produced before a local court yesterday.
- A Spoke In The Wheel (Telegraph, GWYNNE DYER, Nov 05, 2007)
The response of the Indian prime minister, Manmohan Singh, made perfectly good sense.
- Jnu Shame For Sfi, Blame On Nandigram (Telegraph, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
Nandigram has handed the CPM-backed Students Federation of India its worst rout in campus polls at Jawahalal Nehru University in at least a decade.
- Debating Points (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
The CPI(M) has announced that it is set for a debate, but not voting. But what will its argument be based on?
- Wages Of Zombie Rule (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
At the risk of sounding facile, I would hazard the suggestion that while the political class has discounted the India-US nuclear non-agreement, the middle classes have become bored silly by the prevarication and brinkmanship surrounding it.
- Intelligence And Accountability (Pioneer, Joginder Singh, Nov 05, 2007)
A retired middle-level officer in the country's intelligence agency, the Research and Analysis Wing, has published a book quite critical of the R&AW's functioning.
- Yielding To Beijing (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
The UPA government’s decision to bar its ministers and officials from attending a felicitation of the Dalai Lama in the Capital last week reinforces the growing perception that the Congress Party does not even pretend any more . . . . . .
- To China, With Love (Indian Express, Tavleen Singh, Nov 05, 2007)
As someone who is convinced that Indian Communists serve as a Chinese fifth column in our beloved Bharat Mata, I look for every chance to expose their treasonous behaviour. Generally, it’s hard to catch our comrades red-handed.
- Antony Camp Favours Return Of Karunakaran To Congress (The Economic Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
On the eve of AICC general secretary Mohsina Kidwai’s ‘fact-finding’ trip to Kerala from Saturday, the influential A K Antony camp in the state PCC has sent out clear signals of its support for the efforts of its one-time foe K Karunakaran to . . . .
- Indian Ministers Told To Shun Dalai Lama Ceremony (Dawn, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
The Indian government has quietly told government ministers to stay away from a felicitation on Saturday of the Dalai Lama, Tibet’s spiritual leader and China’s thorn in the flesh, a news agency said on Friday.
- ‘India Trying To Resolve Issues With Pakistan And China’ (Dawn, Jawed Naqvi, Nov 03, 2007)
Indian Defence Minister A.K. Antony said on Friday that New Delhi was trying to find amicable solutions to its problems with Pakistan and China and that confrontation in any case was not the answer.
- Naxals Again: 16 Cops Feared Killed In Chhattisgarh In ‘Last Govt Outpost’ (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
Sixteen policemen were feared killed in a Maoist attack in the Bijapur district of Chhattisgarh this evening. The attack took place about 3.45 pm near Tong Guda village, bordering Andhra Pradesh.
- Unrest, Human Rights, Police, Army And Naxalites (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
There is a class aspect to human rights and victims everywhere are mostly subalterns, be it the Army, the police or Naxalites.
- N Korea Needs To Do More, Says Us (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
North Korea must prove it is not engaged in terrorism before it will be removed from Washington's blacklist of states sponsoring terrorism, a top US diplomat said Friday.
- Ready For Many Meetings: Karat (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
General secretary of the Communist Party of India(Marxist) Prakash Karat on Friday said he hoped that the November 16 meeting of the United Progressive Alliance-Left committee on the India-United States nuclear cooperation agreement would . . . . .
- 16 Policemen Killed In Maoist Ambush (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
Sixteen policemen, including six CRPF jawans, were killed and five injured as CPI (Maoist) cadres ambushed a special party in Pamedu police station limits, some 22 km from the Taliperu project in Andhra Pradesh, in Bijapur district of . . . .
- Talks With Unpa Only On N-Deal: Karat (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
Recent discussions with leaders of various political parties, including those in the United National Progressive Alliance (UNPA), were on reaching a common stand over the India-United States nuclear deal, Prakash Karat, general secretary . . . . .
- The Left's Brain (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
Statements from communist leaders generally call for parsing. If, for example, the CPM proclaims that imperialism is as dangerous as communalism, we know that it's trying to distance itself from Congress.
- Stalemate In Nepal (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
The political stalemate in Nepal arising out of the Maoists's demand that the monarchy, which now exists only in name after King Gyanendra was illegitimately stripped of all power, prestige and property by an unelected Parliament and . . . . .
- Naxalites Gun Down 16 Cops In Chhattisgarh (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
That the Naxalites could attack at will was evident once again on Friday afternoon when Maoist guerrillas ambushed a band of Chhattisgarh cops, walking to a police station to collect their salaries, and killed 16 of them.
- Seasonal Comrade (Telegraph, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
For the innumerable members of the Prakash Karat fan club this has been the week of surprise.
- Circle Of Unreason (Indian Express, Editorial, Indian Express, Nov 03, 2007)
CPM boss Prakash Karat’s latest exposition on Indo-US relations has at least one merit.
- Edits (Statesman, Editorial, Statesman, Nov 03, 2007)
The fact that there were barely 16 working days in October ~ with a state employees’ strike coinciding with the 12+12 mode of disruption ~ may have turned out to be a mite too embarrassing for the West Bengal government.
- Bjp Asks Karat: Is China So Important? (Asian Age, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
Questioning CPI(M)â€™s nationalist credentials, the BJP on Friday said its general secretary Prakash Karatâ€™s comments on China shows that the interests of the Communist nation are supreme for it.
- Us - Or Chinese - Poodle? (OutLook, B. Raman , Nov 03, 2007)
Ever since Shri Prakash Karat took over the stewardship of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), it has come out in the open as a strong defender of Chinese interests.
- Watchout! Fuel Prices May Hike Next Week (Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
India is considering raising fuel prices or cutting duties in a bid to ease the pain of state oil firms hit by the surge in global crude prices, and hopes to agree a package next week, the oil minister said on Friday.
- Debating Points (Pioneer, G Parthasarathy, Nov 03, 2007)
The CPI(M) has announced that it is set for a debate, but not voting. But what will its argument be based on?
- India Communists Wary Of Election (British Broadcasting Corporation, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
A communist ally of India's government does not want early elections despite differences over a landmark nuclear deal with the US, its leader has said.
- Cpm Opposition To N-Deal A Show: Bjp (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
The BJP on Friday hit back at the CPI(M) saying for them China was primary and India's interest comes only after that of the Communist country.
- A Criminal Force? (Tribune, PUNYAPRIYA DASGUPTA, Nov 03, 2007)
THE ghost of an outspoken judge is haunting the Indian establishment. A pronouncement by Justice Anand Narain Mulla of the Allahabad High Court nearly half a century ago is often quoted even today.
- Naxals Kill 15 Troops In Chhattisgarh (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
At least 15 security personnel were killed today when Naxalites triggered a blast and opened fire at a patrolling party near Tongada village, bordering Andhra Pradesh, in Maoist-infested Bijapur district in Bastar region of Chhattisgarh.
- Historic Naxalite Case Re-Opened (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
The most defining incident for the Naxalites was re-opened today when senior most Maoist leader from West Bengal Tusharkant Bhattacharya was produced in Luxxadipet Court in Adilabad district for his involvement in two murder cases thirty one years ago.
- A Consequential Visit (Pioneer, Kalyani Shankar, Nov 02, 2007)
The timing of Sonia Gandhi's visit to China is important. The UPA Government is facing the Left's opposition to the nuclear deal. And on the international front, China remains non-committal on the agreement, which needs IAEA's and NSG's approval
- Pm Dons Left Avatar (Pioneer, Anuradha Dutt, Nov 02, 2007)
Prime Minister's abiding image is that of a leader with no strength or fixed ideology - jettisoning economic reforms one day and embracing land reforms another
- Charity Begins At Party Office (Pioneer, Balbir K Punj, Nov 02, 2007)
In Communist-ruled West Bengal, people have risen in revolt against the continuing scandal of fair price shops and food riots have broken out.
- Skirting The Border (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 02, 2007)
The latest Communist Party of China Congress saw Hu Jintao emerge for his second five-year term as a stronger leader.
- Meltdown? Consensus Possible, Says Cpi (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 02, 2007)
After praising Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s integrity, the CPI today did not rule out the possibility of consensus on the Indo-US nuclear deal and said it depends on what action the government takes.
- China Leaps, India Lags (Pioneer, Prafull Goradia, Nov 02, 2007)
Apropos Mr Chandan Mitra's article, "Class Apart" (October 21), the review of 10 MPs interacting with teachers at the Yale University was thought provoking.
- Stalled Nuclear Deal (Tribune, Inder Malhotra, Nov 02, 2007)
There is a clear and wide gap between America's official and private reaction to the stalling of the Indo-US nuclear deal primarily because of domestic political discord in India and the reluctance of the Congress-led ruling coalition . . . . .
- Ensure U.S. Game Is Foiled: Karat (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 02, 2007)
“If India becomes an ally of the United States of America, it will tilt the balance for imperialism … we cannot accept any step that will subordinate ourselves to the USA,” Prakash Karat, general secretary of the Communist Party of India . . . .
- Us, Left Govt Can Do Business: Kissinger (Telegraph, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 02, 2007)
The high priest of the international strategic community, Henry Kissinger, believes that the growing intimacy between India and the US has nothing to do with China but is founded on the common belief that jihadist Islam must be contained.
- Word For Word (Telegraph, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 02, 2007)
The people of India should be grateful to Prakash Karat, the general secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), for telling them, through an interview to The Telegraph, that the prime minister’s “integrity is unquestioned”.
- Dc Collapses, Naxal Attack Not Ruled Out (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 02, 2007)
Deputy Commissioner of Chatra district Puja Singhal collapsed suddenly while taking a stroll inside her official residence on Thursday morning. “She suddenly felt some pain on the left side of her waist, vomited and fell unconscious.
- Chhattisgarh: Naxal Leader In Jail Swallows Sim Card (Indian Express, Nitin Mahajan, Nov 02, 2007)
The Chhattisgarh Police have recovered a mobile phone from the possession of Narayan Sanyal, the highest-ranking Maoist ideologue lodged in Bilaspur Central Prison.
- Peace For Plutonium (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 02, 2007)
US envoy Christopher Hill stressed on Thursday that North Korea must surrender all its nuclear stockpiles in return for lasting peace, as US experts arrived in the communist state to start disabling its atomic plants.
- Raj Dharma Fails In Gujarat (Tribune, Kuldip Nayar, Nov 02, 2007)
I HAVE reasons to believe that Atal Bihari Vajpayee, when he was Prime Minister, wanted to dismiss Nahrendra Modi and had planned to do so after his visit to Ahmedabad.
- Left Firm On Nuclear Stand (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 02, 2007)
After CPM General Secretary Prakash Karat, it was the turn of his CPI counterpart A B Bardhan to spell out on Thursday that there won't be any change in the Left's position on the nuclear issue.
- It's A Family Affair (Times of India, Editorial, The Times of India, Oct 31, 2007)
In the first 25 years after independence, there was no political dynasty. Yes, there was Panditji and he loomed large over the political scene. Yet he had some formidable opponents who had been his comrades in the struggle for independence . . . .
- Red Terror (Times of India, Editorial, The Times of India, Oct 31, 2007)
This seems to be the season for Maoist strikes. Last Saturday night, the son of Babulal Marandi, former chief minister of Jharkhand, was gunned down at a football match along with 18 others, including women and children.
- Coalition Politics (Tribune, Shastri Ramachandaran, Oct 31, 2007)
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi says the coalition era demands a new Constitution to achieve “real federalism”.
- Maoists May Now Target Urban Areas: Ib (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 31, 2007)
The Maoist upsurge may not be confined to backward districts. Latest intelligence inputs with the Centre indicate that the Maoists are gearing to strengthen their bases in urban areas, especially in the National Capital Region . . . .
- Ncp Joins Left To Flay Upa's Economic Policies (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 31, 2007)
The Left's efforts to organise opposition against the UPA's economic policies got a boost on Tuesday when the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) joined the Left-sponsored farmers rally along with the newly-floated UNPA.
- Not End Of Road For N-Deal, Asserts Pm (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 31, 2007)
In the midst of intense US pressure to move ahead on the India-US civil nuclear deal, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday indicated the agreement has not been shelved, saying "we have not reached the end of the road," and efforts are on. . .
- After Bihar, Maoists Target Jharkhand (Tribune, Ambarish Dutta, Oct 31, 2007)
In a major offensive Maoist guerrillas, also known as Naxals, blasted a railway track in Begusarai district of Bihar today.
- Left Attacks Upa On Farmers’ Issues (Asian Age, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 31, 2007)
The Left and the United National Progressive Alliance (UNPA) came together on a common platform attacking the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance government on farmersâ€™ issues in a rally organised by the All-India Kisan Sabha on Tuesday.
- Nation Needs His Iron Will (Pioneer, Jagmohan , Oct 31, 2007)
We, as a nation, do not realise that great questions of the day are not settled by speeches and slogans but by sound and solid action.
- Other Voices : American Press (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Oct 31, 2007)
AMID the succession of sad milestones that come with war, one of the more poignant came last week when the late Lt. Michael Murphy became the first Medal of Honour recipient for combat in Afghanistan. The award was presented posthumously. . .
- Pm's Integrity Unquestioned, Says Karat (Rediff on the Net, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 31, 2007)
Notwithstanding his stiff opposition to the Indo-US nuclear deal, Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Prakash Karat has hailed Prime Minister Manmohan Singh [Images] for his "unquestioned integrity" and disagreed with suggestions. . .
- Nepal Needs A Close Look (Pioneer, Ashok K Mehta, Oct 31, 2007)
In the case of Nepal, historically India's foreign policy has been driven by its security concerns, but the policy planning has been patchy.
- N Korea Agrees To Take Aid For Disabling Nuke Programme (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 31, 2007)
North Korea agreed to accept half of the economic aid it has been promised today for disabling its nuclear reactor in energy-related equipment and other items, a South Korean official said.
- Let The Rupee Go (Indian Express, Bibek Debroy, Oct 31, 2007)
Market capitalisation is not the best indicator. Nor may Reliance Petroleum equity have been counted properly.
- Hu's China - Vii (OutLook, B. Raman , Oct 31, 2007)
One lesson which India learnt from its experience of dealing with China before the Sino-Indian war of 1962 was the folly of treating Chinese transgressions as unintended. And there have been two recently.
- Around Midnight (OutLook, Mushirul Hasan, Oct 31, 2007)
Phillips Talbot, president emeritus of the Asia Society in the United States, is the latest author to add his voice to the complex debates on India’s Partition.
- Hu Gets More Power (Pioneer, Editorial, The Pioneer, Oct 31, 2007)
The 17th National Congress of the Communist Party of China that concluded in Beijing last week has been a landmark political event.
- Economic Consequences Of Talibanisation (Daily Times, Editorial, Daily Times, Oct 31, 2007)
During the 1990s Pakistan’s annual growth rate averaged about 3 percent.
- Elections Usher In A New Dawn In Poland (Hindu, VAIJU NARAVANE, Oct 30, 2007)
Parliamentary elections held on October 21 brought about the downfall of the extreme right Kaczynski twins, who as President and Prime Minister led the country for a disastrous two years.
- Political Survival Vs Energy Imperatives (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 30, 2007)
Both in politics and in military strategy buying time by reaching a tactical agreement with the potential adversary is a standard procedure. India's governing United Progressive Alliance (UPA) move to assure the Left that the operationalisation . . . .
- Globalisation Dynamics (Hindu, C. T. Kurien, Oct 30, 2007)
Alan Greenspan, as readers may know, was till mid-2006 the Chairman of the United States Federal Reserve System (“the Fed”), one of the highest official positions in that country which he had occupied for almost two decades.
- This Too Shall Pass (Telegraph, Editorial, The Telegraph, Oct 30, 2007)
Some well-meaning commentators have sought to portray the present, with China’s new emphasis on a harmonious society and a harmonious world, as being propitious for a reconciliation between Beijing and the Dalai Lama.
- Need For More Barefoot Doctors (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Oct 30, 2007)
The public healthcare system in India is in a bad condition and it needs a face-lift.
- Crusader For Women’S Rights (Hindu, Sarojini Premchand, Oct 30, 2007)
NOT AN arm-chair ideologue, Brinda Karat with her extensive on-the-field experience presents a realistic picture of poor and working-class women.
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