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- No Trace Of Progress (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Nov 08, 2007)
A REPORT by the Asian Development Bank on Pakistan’s socio-economic status belies the claims of progress that the government often makes in connection with health, education and other human development indicators.
- Pm Envoy To Lobby The Swiss (Asian Age, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 08, 2007)
India will send an expert to Switzerland to explain the details of the proposed Indo-US civil nuclear cooperation agreement, visiting Swiss President Micheline Calmy-Rey said.
- Cpm Men Fire Their Way Into Nandigram, Party Tells Cm No Need For Crpf Yet (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 08, 2007)
Desperate to regain control, CPM cadres rampaged through Nandigram I block today, entering village after village as they fired blanks in the air. Terrified villagers fled, seeking shelter in school buildings and relief camps.
- World's No. 1 Guru Is An Indian (Times of India, A N Sudarsan Rao , Nov 08, 2007)
India gave the world the word “guru”. And now, an Indian has been declared the world’s foremost management guru.
- Policemen Nonpareil (Frontline, R.K. Raghavan, Nov 08, 2007)
The life and times of two exceptional members of the U.K. police force.
- March For Land (Frontline, Jayati Ghosh, Nov 08, 2007)
The Janadesh Yatra has given the movement for land rights fresh momentum and also captured the popular imagination.
- Maoist Declare War On State In Nandigram (The Economic Times, A N Sudarsan Rao , Nov 08, 2007)
The Maoists have declared war on the state administration at Nandigram and claimed that they have already established a “free peoples zone” there.
- The Challenge Of Swat (Daily Times, Editorial, Daily Times, Nov 08, 2007)
Warlord Fazlullah has taken another town in Swat, and the local police have surrendered in routine, its personnel promising never to fight against him again.
- Gloomy Days For American Influence (Hindu, Simon Tisdall, Nov 07, 2007)
President-General Pervez Musharraf’s “second coup” amounted to a serious personal blow for Condoleezza Rice, the U.S. Secretary of State, and American counterterrorism and nation-building policies in the Pakistan-Afghanistan badlands.
- Bring In Private Players (Times of India, Editorial, The Times of India, Nov 07, 2007)
I had argued in a recent article in this newspaper that Manmohan Singh's Independence Day promise to set up a large number of new institutes of higher education was a gift horse which is well worth looking in the mouth. Large increases of . . . .
- Us Moves, To Review Sale Of F-16 Jets To Pakistan (Tribune, Ashish Kumar Sen, Nov 07, 2007)
The Bush administration is reviewing the sale of F-16 fighter jets and P-3 aircraft to Pakistan in the wake of President Pervez Musharraf's decision to impose emergency rule.
- Clots Are A Hazard Of Long Business Flights (Hindu, Editorial, The Hindu, Nov 07, 2007)
Obesity, a person’s stature, hormone replacement therapy and inherited blood clotting disorders increase risk.
- Diwali Celebrated In Israel (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
The festival of Diwali has been celebrated in the Israel Diamond Exchange (IDE) for the first time in appreciation of the Indian diamond community's contribution in making Israel one of the major centres of world diamond trade.
- Neglect Causes Anaemia (Pioneer, Editorial, The Pioneer, Nov 07, 2007)
According to the National Family Health Survey III, extracts of which were published in The Pioneer (October 15), 55 per cent women in the country are anaemic, most of them were afflicted during pregnancy.
- General's Last Gambit (Pioneer, Wilson John, Nov 07, 2007)
Pervez Musharraf's decision to impose Emergency in Pakistan looks like his last desperate effort to restore a semblance of order in a nuclear-armed, jihad-supporting nation propped up by an imagined identity and foreign aid
- 90 Killed In Afghanistan Bombing (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
A suicide bomber killed some 90 people and wounded 50 on Tuesday in an attack on a group of visiting Afghan parliamentarians in northern Afghanistan, the director of the local hospital said.
- Uncertainty Shrouds Pak Poll Date (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
Despite US pressure and soothing words from the government, Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf is likely to hold off on elections until he has cemented his grip on power, analysts say.
- Minister Quits; Mayawati For Cbi Probe Into Kidnap Case (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
In a quick reaction to allegations that her Ministerial colleague Anand Sen Yadav was involved in the kidnapping of a Dalit girl, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on Tuesday recommended a CBI inquiry and simultaneously asked him . . . . .
- Dalai Diplomacy (Indian Express, C. Raja Mohan, Nov 07, 2007)
If China thought it had effectively marginalised the Dalai Lama in recent years, it is being forced to think again. In the last few months, the Dalai Lama has once again shot back to international prominence.
- New Family Heirloom: Illiteracy (Telegraph, CHARU SUDAN KASTURI, Nov 07, 2007)
Children of uneducated parents are more likely to remain illiterate and become a part of India’s child labour force if their parents had to work as children, new research by the country’s social scientists has shown.
- Gordon To Toughen Anti-Terrorism Law (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown unveiled proposals on Tuesday to toughen anti-terrorism measures and address a crippling housing shortage in a new policy platform meant to revive his ruling Labour Party.
- 50 Killed In Worst Afghan Bombing (Telegraph, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
A suicide attack on a parliamentary delegation killed at least 50 people in northern Afghanistan today, a provincial official said, in the worst such blast in the country's history.
- Uncertainty Shrouds Pakistan Election Date (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
Despite US pressure and soothing words from the government, Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf is likely to hold off on elections until he has cemented his grip on power, analysts say.
- Ganguly Code Not For Pvt Schools: Govt (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
The Delhi government on Tuesday said unaided private schools should have the freedom to devise their own criteria for nursery admissions.
- Press Under Pressure (Frontline, Iboyaima Laithangbam, Nov 07, 2007)
Media organisations in Manipur face frequent interference from insurgent groups but they do not compromise on ethics.
- Black Smoke... Lots Of People Lying Dead (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
A bomb attack targeted a group of lawmakers in northern Afghanistan on Tuesday, killing at least 28 people, including five parliamentarians, officials said.
- Indian-American Elected To Lead Houston Varsity (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
Indian-American Menu Khator has become the first person of Indian origin to be appointed as the head of the prestigious University of Houston (UH), which has more than 56,000 students on its rolls.
- 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.
- Edits (Statesman, Editorial, Statesman, Nov 07, 2007)
When the securities scam ran riot during his stewardship of the finance ministry, Dr Manmohan Singh diagnosed the malaise as “systemic failure”.
- 100 Killed In Afghan Blasts (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
Two bomb blasts targeted a group of lawmakers in northern Afghanistan, today, killing at least 100 people, including six members of parliament, the deadliest attack in Afghanistan since the fall of the Taliban in 2001,
- Shipload Of Trouble (Frontline, LYLA BAVADAM, Nov 07, 2007)
Controversy is not new to Blue Lady. The 76,049-tonne luxury liner, formerly known as SS Norway and before that SS France, was once the largest passenger ship in the world and has a colourful history.
- Action Replay (Frontline, DIONNE BUNSHA, Nov 07, 2007)
THE emperor has no clothes. He has been stripped bare. And it is not a pretty sight. In fact, it is ghastly. So horrific that everyone is looking away.
- 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.
- Mind Over Matter (Frontline, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
IN western India, from the 2nd century B.C. to the 2nd century A.D., there was a prolific creation of art in caves hewn out of rock.
- 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 . . . .
- It Boom Fuels Altruism (Deccan Herald, Anand Giridharadas, Nov 07, 2007)
The best-known networking sites in the industry connect computer-savvy elites to one another. Babajob, by contrast, connects Indias elites to the poor at their doorsteps, people who need jobs but lack the connections to find them.
- The Virtues Of Stoicism (The Economic Times, VITHAL C NADKARNI, Nov 07, 2007)
Change the proverb about the bird in hand being worth two in the bush, says psychology don Barry Schwartz from Swarthmore College.
- Lego: Playing By Its Own Rules (Business Line, J. Srinivasan, Nov 07, 2007)
At the Billund, Denmark, headquarters of Lego, the theme is the famed, distinctive brick with round studs. Not only can you see them in every shape, including even dust-bins, but also find the usual, handy ones every where, to build your ideas or . . . .
- Importing Workers No Cure (The Economic Times, Editorial, Economic Times, Nov 07, 2007)
India’s skills shortage has spread from engineering to blue-collar skills. DLF Laing-O’Rourke, a joint venture building infrastructure for DLF in India, wants to bring home a whopping 20,000 Indian skilled workers currently employed in West Asia.
- Are Indian Oil Companies ‘Bidding On The Riskiest Properties’ Overseas? (Business Line, Editorial, Business Line, Nov 07, 2007)
Oil price hit $84 a barrel a few days ago, amidst fears that the Kurdish rebel problem would lead to the snapping of Iraq’s supplies.
- Better Times Ahead (Statesman, Editorial, Statesman, Nov 07, 2007)
The world’s poorest people are not seeing the benefits of a global poverty rate decline driven by Asia’s economic growth in the past two decades, a report said today.
- Plight Of Women And Children (Frontline, T.K. RAJALAKSHMI, Nov 07, 2007)
The report of the third National Family Health Survey (NFHS-3), released in the second week of October, has immense significance for policymakers in health, nutrition, education and gender issues.
- Young Voters May Get Scoop (Deccan Herald, A N Sudarsan Rao , Nov 07, 2007)
The use of social networking sites, including Facebook and MySpace, have also been embraced by younger voters in campaigning.
- Say Welcome To The Machine (Indian Express, SANDIPAN DEB, Nov 07, 2007)
Two monster movies are releasing this Friday, with ‘HIT’ in large purple neon signs written all over them. The quality won’t matter, the acting won’t matter, the reviews won’t matter; millions of Indians across the world will stampede . . . . .
- The Loose Canon (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
The New Yorker has announced plans to publish an unedited story by the late Raymond Carver. Since then, the estates of several other deceased writers have also expressed an interest in seeing manuscripts published in their original pre-edited form.
- Development: Expansion Of Freedoms (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Nov 07, 2007)
THE conventional wisdom on development is premised on growth theories. According to traditional dogmas, the basic function of economic theory is to create such conditions that help the business elite to accumulate profits at the highest possible rates.
- Suicide Bomber Kills 50 In North Afghanistan (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
A suicide attack on a parliamentary delegation killed at least 50 people in northern Afghanistan on Tuesday, a provincial official said, in the worst such blast in the country’s history.
- Perks And Privileges (Dawn, Hafizur Rahman, Nov 07, 2007)
Whether we are bureaucrats or politicians (or, for that matter, journalists) we Pakistanis are so accustomed to perks and privileges that we gobble them up like mother’s milk.
- Pottering Around Pgi (Tribune, Punam Khaira Sidhu, Nov 06, 2007)
I stand for ever in a queue. But at the end of it, I know, I will have access to the finest medical care in the country. I could jump the queue thanks to doctor friends. So why don’t I, I am often asked by an irrate spouse.
- The Arc Of Instability (Tribune, S. Nihal Singh, Nov 06, 2007)
American war colleges delight in playing computer war games, sometimes to the consternation of countries that are posted as enemies.
- 12 Die As Bus Hits Car In Portugal (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 06, 2007)
A bus carrying elderly people and a car collided on a motorway in central Portugal, killing at least 12 and injuring some 24 others, fire-fighters said.
- Get Off To The Write Start (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 06, 2007)
Like many individuals connected with the arts in some way, I often claim to be an amateur novelist.
- Religion Through The Ages (Hindu, A N Sudarsan Rao , Nov 06, 2007)
Collection of articles on the role of religion in Indian history
- Beyond Gdp And Progress (Deccan Herald, HAZEL HENDERSON, Nov 06, 2007)
The welfare of a nation can scarcely be inferred from a measurement of national income.
- Wagah: Pak Galleries Empty (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 06, 2007)
While the visitors' galleries on the Indian side were jam-packed with hundreds of slogan-raising visitors cheering the BSF jawans sprightly marching during the retreat ceremony, the response at the galleries on the Pakistani side was comparatively lukewar
- New Arrivals (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 06, 2007)
Dr. Kalaignar M. Karunanidhi — Portrait of a Multi-Faceted Legend of Dravidians: His Life and Times: K.S.R. Publications, No. 5, 3rd Avenue, Indira Nagar, Chennai-600020. Rs. 350. Management Guru Professor Laloo’s Rail: Sunil Jogi . . .
- Rudy Giuliani Is George Bush With Brains (Hindu, A N Sudarsan Rao , Nov 06, 2007)
New York’s former Mayor is living up to his reputation as someone who will do and say anything for power.
- 'Taliban Has The Responsibility To Arrest Musharraf' (Rediff on the Net, Hamid Mir, Nov 06, 2007)
The imposition of emergency in Pakistan has not created any pressure on the Taliban groups operating in Swat district.
- Pioneering Champion Of The Downtrodden (Hindu, A N Sudarsan Rao , Nov 06, 2007)
ROBERT CALDWELL — A Scholar-Missionary in Colonial South India: V. Vincent Kumaradoss; Indian Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (ISPCK), P.B. No. 1585, 1654, Kashmere Gate, Delhi-110006. Rs.180.
- Cinema As A Participant In Politics (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 06, 2007)
The bulk of studies conducted on Indian cinema focuses on India after 1947, and examines the relationship between the film medium and India as a nation-state.
- Environment And The Poor (Hindu, Mihir Shah, Nov 06, 2007)
Samuel Bowles is co-author of the best textbook on economics (Understanding Capitalism) I have read in nearly 40 years as a student of the subject.
- Get Off To A Write Start (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 06, 2007)
Like many individuals connected with the arts in some way, I often claim to be an amateur novelist.
- A Malafide Report On Amu (Pioneer, Editorial, The Pioneer, Nov 06, 2007)
A national daily recently published a report, "AMU: Where goons rule and guns boom on campus." The story was concocted; it suffers from factual inaccuracies. It is an attempt to malign Aligarh Muslim University.
- Other Voices – European Press (Dawn, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 06, 2007)
THE thoughts of Dr Peter Childs of the University of Limerick add to suspicions that the country is not preparing itself well for a future that will require that a significant section of the workforce is technologically skilled.
- Fight Against Militancy (Dawn, Kaiser Bengali, Nov 06, 2007)
THE suspension of the Constitution has stripped away the democratic façade from General Musharraf’s military rule.
- Sponging Out The Liquidity (Business Line, D. Murali , Nov 06, 2007)
The rise in CRR (cash reserve ratio), the sixth this year, will squeeze some liquidity from the financial system.
- In Chasing Bush Democracy ‘Agenda’, Rice’S Worldview Flips, Policies Flop (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 06, 2007)
As Condoleezza Rice jets around the world, she must sometimes wonder where she’s going. Over her three years as Secretary of State, she has squandered great opportunities by putting faith and loyalty above her old worldview.
- Sri Lanka Kills 7 Rebels Ahead Of Leader's Funeral (Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 06, 2007)
Seven Tamil Tigers and a soldier were killed in fresh fighting in northern Sri Lanka, the military said on Monday, hours before the funeral of the rebels’ political wing chief.
- Police Action Exposes Child Workers’ Plight (Dawn, Parul Gupta, Nov 06, 2007)
Mohammed Tauheer, a poor office helper, fought back tears as he was shown the door at a police station where his sons were being questioned after a rescue operation for child workers.
- Crackdown Highlights India’S Cycle Of Child Labour (Daily Times, Parul Gupta, Nov 06, 2007)
Most child workers come from the poor states, where many are bought from parents for as little as 1,000 rupees with the frequently false promise of monthly salary
- Banks Must Look Beyond Credit To Help Farm Sector (Business Line, G. Chandrashekhar, Nov 06, 2007)
It is well recognised that, in addition to seed, fertilisers, water and agro-chemicals, credit is an important input for agriculture.
- Towards Greater Transparency (Hindu, Editorial, The Hindu, Nov 05, 2007)
Pharmaceutical companies and doctors make for uneasy bedfellows. While the two cannot ignore each other, there is the growing expectation that doctors would keep drug companies at arm’s length.
- Awareness Campaign To Be Conducted On Aids Prevention (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
Directorate of Teacher Education Research and Training, Tamil Nadu AIDS Control Society and UNICEF conducted a one-day sensitisation workshop on School Adolescent Education Programme for headmasters of government and private higher secondary . . . .
- Modi Must Be Punished (Asian Age, Kuldip Nayar, Nov 05, 2007)
Some serious-minded secularists feel that the sting operation showing Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modiâ€™s foot soldiers boasting about conducting the Gujarat pogrom with state support should not have been publicised.
- Uk Docs Oppose Curbs On Indians (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
Britain's medical community has resoundingly voted to oppose the government's proposal to restrict the employment opportunities for Indian and other non-European Union doctors in the National Health Service (NHS).
- Drawn By Kerala (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
It was the murals in Mattancherry Palace, Kochi that drew Mary Beth Heston to Kerala and its treasure trove of art and culture.
- 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.
- First Rebellion (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
The son of a wealthy landowner, Fidel Castro grew up in rural Cuba. In this extract from his autobiography, he talks about the cruelty of his schooldays.
- Small Steps, Big Gains (Deccan Herald, RAMNATH NARAYANSWAMY, Nov 05, 2007)
This valuable book stresses upon nurturing intuitive intelligence for effective leadership in professional management.
- No Democracy Without Transparency (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Nov 05, 2007)
Hearing a set of guidelines by amicus curiae Khalid Anwar for dealing with demonstrations and protests, the Chief Justice observed that the deployment of police in plain clothes was illegal.
- Lahore’S Traffic Woes (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Nov 05, 2007)
TRAFFIC chaos in Lahore is both a cause and an effect of the way citizens in this metropolis behave — as drivers as well as pedestrians.
- Edits (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
It would be premature to speculate at this juncture whether Pakistan is destined for another phase of martial law in the event of Parvez Musharraf’s re-election as President being blackballed ~ if club jargon is quite the word ~ by the Supreme Court.
- Pakistanis At The Crossroads (Dawn, Touqir Hussain, Nov 05, 2007)
Pakistan may have been at the crossroads for much of its history but now Pakistanis themselves stand at the crossroads.
- Give Reason A Chance (Dawn, A.B. Shahid, Nov 05, 2007)
Recentlu, William Dalrymple wrote a critique of Bernard Lewis’s book From Babel to Dragomans: Interpreting the Middle East, a collection of 51 essays that he wrote over the years. Many were criticised for their historical inaccuracies.
- Central Bankers Are Fallible (Business Line, S. Venkitaramanan , Nov 05, 2007)
In handling the latest episode of financial turbulence in global markets, certain unusual decisions of central banks have come in for criticism.
- Winter Session Of A.P. Assembly To Be Stormy (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
A united opposition is all set to bring out the knives against the Government on a host of contentious issues with the winter session of the Assembly commencing on Monday.
- France Backs India-U.S. N-Deal (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
Backing the India-U.S. nuclear deal, the visiting French Minister for Higher Education and Research, Valerie Pecresse, on Saturday said his country could begin civil atomic cooperation only after India’s agreement with the International . . . .
- Leaving Home (Dawn, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
ANGER runs high in the green valleys of the north, especially Swat, which is hostage to Mullah Fazlullah and his Tehrik-i-Nifaz-i-Shariat-i-Mohammadi. However, this blood-stained battle with the state has created an acute human problem in . . . . .
- Why Not A Deal With The Militants? (Dawn, Sardar Mumtaz Ali Bhutto, Nov 05, 2007)
IF at the end of six years of open war against the so-called militants and loss of thousands of lives of citizens and soldiers, Gen Musharraf can make no better showing than yet another bomb blast close to his residence on Oct 30 and . . . . .
- 'No Troop Cut In J&k Till Assembly Polls' (Pioneer, Rahul Datta, Nov 05, 2007)
The Union Government is unlikely to initiate steps to pull out or reduce troops in Jammu & Kashmir till late next year, as the security forces want to maintain present level of strength till Assembly elections in October 2008.
- Rising Sensex (Tribune, Jayshree Sengupta, Nov 05, 2007)
There is much euphoria about Sensex touching the 20,000 mark within a short period.
- Condi’S Dream Turned Sour (Tribune, Editorial, The Tribune, Nov 05, 2007)
As Condoleezza Rice jets around the world, she must sometimes wonder where she’s going.
- Allies Want Joint Modi Attack (Asian Age, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), which is scrutinising the Tehelka-Aaj Tak sting operation on the post-Godhra riots in Gujarat, said no one can challenge the findings of national inquiries.
- Hundred Per Cent Electricity Vs ‘Hitler’ (Telegraph, Radhika Ramaseshan, Nov 05, 2007)
Keshubhai Patel sits at the BJP office in this north Gujarat town, listing the chief minister’s “achievements”.
- Fading Of A Pioneer (Telegraph, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
In 1888, Lever Brothers, England exported the first crates of Sunlight soap bars to India, followed by other now famous brands — Lifebuoy, Pears, Lux and Vim.
- Mit: M For ‘Misleading’ (Telegraph, CHARU SUDAN KASTURI, Nov 05, 2007)
India’s education minister Arjun Singh and senior politicians from virtually all major parties are endorsing a private Pune-based institution that is not recognised by any government authority but claims it is backed by the Indian government.
- 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.
- Jammu Hospital Makes Dead ‘Wait’ (Tribune, Tejinder Singh Sodhi, Nov 05, 2007)
The dead in this part of the state have to wait for long till they reach a final resting place because the arrangement for transportation of bodies from a premier medical institute of the state has been withheld in the files of the Planning Department.
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