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- After Saddam (Statesman, Editorial, Statesman, Jan 10, 2007)
It is said that those whom the Gods wish to destroy they first make mad. But does this hold true if there is diabolical method in the madness?
- Pranab Holds Talks With Lankan President (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 10, 2007)
Sri Lanka’s faltering peace efforts and the deteriorating security situation came up for discussion here today when external affairs minister Mr Pranab Mukherjee met Sri Lankan President Mr Mahinda Rajapakse to invite him to the Saarc summit to be . . .
- Children Of A Lesser God (Business Line, A. B. Sivakumar, Jan 10, 2007)
Scene at Kanchipuram bus-stand, 11 a.m.: Three Chennai-bound buses parked side by side. Between two buses, a small girl wearing a dirty salwar-kameez bends both the hands of a small boy, who, from his physical appearance, cannot be more than . . .
- It's Never Too Late: To Return A Book! (The Economic Times, Editorial, Economic Times, Jan 10, 2007)
Robert Nuranen has set an example for those who have spent their formative years in school or college either swiping books from the library, removing pages without the librarian’s knowledge or just ‘forgetting’ to return what they have borrowed.
- Pakistanis Among Several Captured: Ethiopian Pm: (Daily Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 10, 2007)
US strikes Islamists in Somalia hideout
- Death Toll In Indian Unrest Hits 67 (International Herald Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 10, 2007)
At least 67 people have been killed in the past four days in attacks in the northeastern Indian state of Assam. Most of the dead are from the ranks of Hindi-speaking settlers, who first migrated to the area for work decades ago.
- Micro-Finance — Lessons From Bangladesh (Business Line, Editorial, Business Line, Jan 10, 2007)
Micro-finance has emerged as a promising tool for reducing the poverty and empowering the underprivileged, especially women.
- Violence Precedes Bangladesh Vote (Christian Science Monitor, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 10, 2007)
The democracy that this small South Asian state has struggled to preserve for two decades appears to be facing one of its most severe tests this week.
- Bangladesh Blockade Enters Day Ii (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 09, 2007)
Bangladesh police fired rubber bullets and tear gas at stone-throwing protestors demanding electoral reforms as a nationwide blockade called by former Prime Minister Ms Sheikh Hasina Wajed’s Awami League-led alliance entered its second day . . .
- Pranab To Meet Rajapaksa, Reiterate India's Position (Hindu, B. MURALIDHAR REDDY, Jan 09, 2007)
President to be invited for SAARC summit
Escalation of violence, bilateral ties to be discussed
Policy on Sri Lanka consistent: New Delhi.
- Biharis Start To Flee Assam (Asian Age, Manoj Anand, Jan 09, 2007)
Hundreds of Hindi-speaking non-Assamese people started fleeing Assam as United Liberation Front of Asom (Ulfa) militants continued to target Hindi-speaking people, killing two and injuring eight others in two fresh attacks in Guwahati city and in . . .
- Ulfa Strikes Again, 15 Killed In Assam (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 09, 2007)
ULFA militants struck again in Assam on Monday, killing 15 Hindi-speaking people hours after the centre assured panic-stricken non-Assamese of protection in the wake of a string of attacks by the banned group and ruled out discussions on its demand . . .
- All So Predictable (Statesman, Editorial, Statesman, Jan 09, 2007)
Unconditional talks remain best option in Assam
- Nepal, Maoists Meet On Arms Agreement (Asian Age, BINAJ GURUBACHARYA, Jan 09, 2007)
The Nepal government and Communist rebel leaders were meeting on Monday to decide when to begin enforcing Nepalâ€™s interim Constitution, and to agree to a disarmament timetable for the rebels as part of an ongoing peace process, a delegate said.
- Thousands Of Indian Laborers Are To Be Evacuated After Rebels Killed Dozens Over The Weekend (International Herald Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 09, 2007)
Thousands of poor migrant laborers in India's northeast will be evacuated to government shelters after dozens were massacred over the weekend by a powerful rebel group, the authorities said Monday.
- Gas-Like Odour Puts Ny On Edge (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 09, 2007)
US authorities were investigating the source of a mysterious gas-like odour that spread across a large part of Manhattan and prompted officials to evacuate buildings and temporarily suspend some commuter rail services on Monday.
- Army Opposes Demilitarisation, Joint Management (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 09, 2007)
Ahead of External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee’s maiden visit to Pakistan, the Indian Army has outright rejected any suggestion of demilitarisation of Jammu and Kashmir, saying such a step would be "fatal" in the given terrorism - hit situation . . .
- Bush May Still Stay The Course (Deccan Herald, Shyam Bhatia, Jan 09, 2007)
As Saddam Hussein’s lawyers assert his body was abused before and after his execution, US media reports have listed some of the benchmarks being considered by President George Bush to help restore stability to Iraq.
- Icy Day In North India; 2.6 In Delhi (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 09, 2007)
Water taps freeze in Kashmir and Rajasthan; two more die in Uttar Pradesh
- Disaster Mitigation Integrated With Development In 11th Plan (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 09, 2007)
Call for insurance mechanism to shift burden of dependence on state for relief
- More Violence In Bangladesh (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 09, 2007)
Army and Bangladesh Rifles patrol streets in major cities
- No Strategy On Ulfa: Jaitley (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 09, 2007)
Does not know if it wants to negotiate or unleash police action
UPA "soft on terror"
Internal security not given priority.
- ``Provide Aid To Sri Lanka'' (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 09, 2007)
The Communist Party of India on Monday urged the United Progressive Alliance Government to extend humanitarian assistance to Sri Lanka, where people in the north and east are caught in the crossfire between the army and the Liberation Tigers of . . .
- Breathing The Silence (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 09, 2007)
Here is a chance to reconnect in the calm of the Mudumalai forest
- Pranab, Raja Express Concern Over Lanka, Bangladesh Situation (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 09, 2007)
External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Monday briefed senior CPI leader D Raja about his three-nation tour beginning from Tuesday.
- Bounty Bluster, But Probe Stalled (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 09, 2007)
The Uttar Pradesh government believes in the healing powers of bounty. To a village haunted by visions of its murdered children, it has offered the balm of land. And what of the CBI probe into the Nithari killings? That is still tied in red tape.
- Army Intensifies Crackdown On Ulfa (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 09, 2007)
The Army has intensified operation against the ULFA cadres in Assam in the wake of recent killings and Defence Minister AK Antony and Army Chief General JJ Singh will visit the State on Tuesday to take stock of the situation.
- Another 30 Years? (Indian Express, Editorial, Indian Express, Jan 09, 2007)
The spotlight may have been on Singur, but it is Nandigram that is making visible the faultlines in CPM’s politics.
- Courting The Rule Of Law (Indian Express, Harish Salve, Jan 09, 2007)
An array of cases have raised strong questions about on the rule of law in our democracy.
- The Unbearable Injustice Of Forgetting (Indian Express, Editorial, Indian Express, Jan 09, 2007)
There are three stories that I remember clearly when I think of Gurdeep Salaria. But I should introduce him properly, as I was trained to do, when I was in the military.
- Mystery Natural Gas Smell Jolts Jittery Ny (Telegraph, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 09, 2007)
A mysterious, powerful smell of natural gas throughout much of Manhattan forced evacuations of some buildings and a temporary suspension of a commuter train service this morning as authorities scrambled to determine the source.
- Violence Cripples Dhaka (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 09, 2007)
Riot police fired tear gas, rubber bullets and swung batons no Monday to disperse thousands of stone-throwing protesters in the Bangladeshi capital demanding electoral reforms and a postponement of this month's elections, witnesses and news reports said.
- 6.2 Magnitude Under-Sea Quake Hits South Pacific (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 09, 2007)
A powerful earthquake struck deep under the sea floor between Fiji and Tonga on Tuesday, scientists said. There were no immediate reports of damage or tsunami warnings issued.
- Shot At Truce After Land War (Telegraph, SIMI KAMBOJ, Jan 09, 2007)
After frayed nerves in Nandigram set up a villager-police clash in back-to-back nights of violence, daylight brought the stirrings of a truce with the Opposition agreeing to let the police into the trouble-torn interior villages.
- It's Clean Air Vs. Tv In Poor India Village (International Herald Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 09, 2007)
A toxic purple haze of diesel exhaust hangs over the rice and jute fields here in northern India, and bird songs are frequently drowned out by the chug-a-chug-a- chug of diesel generators.
- Nine Die In Fresh Assam Violence (British Broadcasting Corporation, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 09, 2007)
Suspected separatist rebels have carried out more attacks on Hindi-speaking migrants in a fourth day of violence in India's Assam state.
- Force Ulfa To The Negotiating Table (The Economic Times, Editorial, Economic Times, Jan 09, 2007)
The killing spree by the United Liberation Front of Asom (Ulfa) in upper Assam should much more than shock the conscience of the nation.
- Temple Entry A Sastric Right (Pioneer, Sandhya Jain, Jan 09, 2007)
There is no taint of untouchability, says Atri, when a person is touched by an untouchable in a temple, during religious processions, sacrifices, festivals, and marriages (verse 249).
- Ulfa: Blood-Letting As Political Strategy (Indian Express, Sanjoy Hazarika, Jan 09, 2007)
Nearly 25 years ago, I reported on the killing fields of Nellie in central Assam, near my grandparental home of Nogaon, where over 1,500 Bengali-speaking settlers were butchered during an ill-fated state assembly election that was bitterly opposed . . .
- Clashes Spread On 2nd Day, Blockade Shuts Bangladesh (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 09, 2007)
At least 50 people were injured and 30 detained in renewed clashes between the police and activists on Monday as a blockade aimed at derailing parliamentary elections paralysed much of Bangladesh for the second day.
- Israel "Plans'' Strike Against Iran (Hindu, Hasan Suroor, Jan 08, 2007)
Air force squadrons training to "blow up'' a plant at Natanz
- India's Sullied River 'Goddess' (Christian Science Monitor, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 08, 2007)
An old man in a loincloth squats on the banks of the sacred Ganges River scrubbing his clothes. Nearby, sewage gushes from a pipe as water buffaloes contentedly wallow in the river's murky waters.
- Ulfa Strikes Again, 15 Killed In Assam (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 08, 2007)
ULFA militants struck again in Assam on Monday, killing 15 Hindi-speaking people hours after the centre assured panic-stricken non-Assamese of protection in the wake of a string of attacks by the banned group and ruled out discussions on its demand . . .
- Lynched Uk Tourist’S Message For Mom: I Am Scared, I Will Speak Tomorrow (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 08, 2007)
The death of 39-year-old British national Stephen Bennett gets curiouser and curiouser. Three weeks after he was found hanging from a mango tree in a remote village near Roha in Raigad district, Maharashtra, facts contradict the police’s . . .
- Us Model Could Address India's Healthcare Needs (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 08, 2007)
A US model being tested in two Indian states could address rural health care problems in five critical areas, its initiators say.
- Ulfa Massacre Of Migrants On, 7 Kiln Workers Killed Now (Pioneer, Syed Zarir Hussain, Jan 08, 2007)
Attacks hours after Jaiswal visit
- Ulfa Kills 14 More In Assam (Hindustan Times, Rahul Karmakar, Jan 08, 2007)
The United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) renewed its pogrom against Biharis after a day’s break, killing 14 people in three incidents in the districts of Dibrugarh and Sivasagar on Sunday night.
- The Last Spark (Indian Express, GAUTAM CHIKERMANE, Jan 08, 2007)
From the embers of dying flames That once energised a nation free Filled it with a mace’s vigour Strong and mighty
- Cleopatra’S Underwater Secret (New Indian Express, Shiv Aroor, Jan 08, 2007)
That Al-iskandariya, the more fetching name in Arabic for Alexandria, was founded 2,300 years ago isn’t something that stands up and smacks you in the face as you pull off the 221-km desert highway from Cairo, but that didn’t bring me down a whole lot.
- Ulfa Strikes Again, 7 More Killed As Toll Climbs To 55 (Indian Express, Samudra Gupta Kashyap, Jan 08, 2007)
Hours after Minister of State for Home Shriprakash Jaiswal was booed away by angry residents of Longsowal where suspected ULFA militants killed eight people on Friday night, another seven Bihar migrants, working as labour hands, were killed this . . .
- Sez Row Turns Bloody In Bengal (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 08, 2007)
The mass farmers’ revolt against acquisition of farmland for a proposed Special Economic Zone (SEZ) at Nandigram took an explosive turn on Sunday, after a bitter clash between members of the Farmers’ Resistance Committee and CPM supporters at . . .
- Ulfa Militants Gun Down 15 More (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 08, 2007)
ULFA militants on Sunday killed 15 Hindi-speaking people and injured 10 others in four separate attacks in Assam hours after Union Minister of State for Home Sriprakash Jaiswal visited ...
- Jd(s) Legislators Vent Ire On Yediyurappa, Revanna (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 08, 2007)
The Pune session convened by Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy reportedly became a forum for the JD(S) legislators to vent their ire on Deputy Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa and Power and Public Works Minister H D Revanna.
- A Wild Cat In The Neighbourhood (Hindu, MANAS DASGUPTA, Jan 08, 2007)
Leopard strays into residential colony in Vadodara.
- ‘Israel Plans To Launch Nuke Strike On Iran’ (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 08, 2007)
Israel has drawn up secret plans to destroy Iran’s uranium enrichment facilities with tactical nuclear weapons, Britain’s Sunday Times newspaper said.
- Desperately Seeking El Dorado (Hindu, VAIJU NARAVANE, Jan 08, 2007)
They are known as the "Refugees of Calais." Hundreds of poor young men, mainly Afghans, Pakistanis, Kurds, Iraqis, Eritreans, Senegalese or Cameroonians, eke out a sub-human existence while waiting to cross the Channel to Britain and asylum.
- Piecing Together The Ridley Riddle (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 08, 2007)
Shekar Dattatri's book "Riddle of the Ridley" was launched recently
- 5 U.S. Troops Killed In Iraq (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 08, 2007)
Three U.S. airmen and two soldiers were killed in Iraq, said the U.S. military on Sunday.
- Detariffing The Buzzword For Non-Life Insurers (Indian Express, DEEPTI BHASKARAN, Jan 08, 2007)
One word will define non-life or general insurance in 2007: Detariffing. Beginning January 1, 2007, insurers have got near-complete freedom to price their motor, fire and engineering policies — three major business lines, which accounted for . . .
- Ulfa Strikes Again In Assam, Kills Nine People (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 08, 2007)
ULFA’s terror run continues. At least nine people were killed and three injured in fresh attacks by the banned outfit on a brick field in Sivasagar district of Upper Assam around 8.30 pm on Sunday.
- What Happens When You Invert The Tree (Times of India, PARMARTHI RAINA, Jan 08, 2007)
The Bhagavad Gita is often called the 'essence of all the Vedas'. Chapter 15, with 20 verses, is considered the essence of the Gita.
- Ortega Banks On Tourism (Hindu, Rory Carroll , Jan 08, 2007)
Daniel ortega, the Sandinista leader who battled U.S. infiltration the last time he ruled Nicaragua, returns to power with an unlikely slogan: Welcome, gringo.
- Bengal Bandh: 10 Policemen Injured (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 08, 2007)
Ten policemen were injured when villagers fought pitched battle with police at Dinabandhupur in East Midnapore district early on Monday as the opposition sponsored 24-hour bandh began in West Bengal.
- Fat Ceo Pay Triggers Ethics Debate (The Economic Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 08, 2007)
Criticism of massive payouts for chief executives is no longer only for union activists and investors. The phenomenon now has professors of ethics asking what it says about modern human behaviour and politicians looking to curb excesses.
- Dismal State Of Lyari Library (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Jan 08, 2007)
Basic needs can be overlooked when the attention of the authorities is riveted by grandiose projects.
- Seductive Symphony (Hindu, AKBER AYUB , Jan 07, 2007)
Swaying palms, languorous lagoons, boat rides... Kumarakom is synonymous with some of the best that Kerala has to offer.
- Graceful Arc (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 07, 2007)
Tishani Doshi evokes and then relies on moods to carry poems along.
- Clear Messages (Hindu, A.J. THOMAS, Jan 07, 2007)
A significant anthology of Malayalam short stories by women writers.
- Poll Officials Killed (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 07, 2007)
As Assam grappled with the carnage unleashed by the ULFA, another militant group killed eight polling personnel and injured eight others during elections to the Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council on Saturday.
- Biting Cold Spell (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Jan 07, 2007)
Most parts of northern and western Pakistan are in the grip of severe cold, making it hard for the people to cope with the many problems the extreme cold spell has brought with it.
- Coalition Divisions In Afghanistan: Nato Slams (Daily Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 07, 2007)
Britain is increasingly becoming isolated from the United States and European members of NATO due to what its allies see as its misguided “go it alone” policy in Afghanistan, a respected expert on that country warned on Saturday.
- Ulfa Unleashes Terror, Kills 50 (Pioneer, Syed Zarir Hussain, Jan 07, 2007)
Migrant workers from Bihar flee as panic sets in
Army asked to crack down, Assam seeks forces
- Over 42 Charred To Death In Dhaka Bus Accident (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 07, 2007)
Nearly 60 people are feared to have burnt to death on Saturday when the cylinder of a gas-run bus carrying 75 passengers exploded after it fell into a ditch in southeastern Bangladesh.
- Making A Case Against Child-Abusers (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 07, 2007)
He posed as a babysitter, and then raped the infant. For 35-year-old Ramkisan Surajmal Harijan, a resident of Chembur's Mankhurd-Ghatkopar Link Road, it was all too simple.
- 50 Feared Dead As Bangla Bus Catches Fire (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 07, 2007)
Around 50 people were feared killed when a bus packed with some 100 passengers crashed on a highway
and caught fire southeast of the Bangladesh capital Dhaka, on Saturday.
- He Is An Ardent Votary Of Bio-Dynamic Farming (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 07, 2007)
His life revolves around the sun, moon and constellations in the sky, as well as seeds, saplings and crop transplantations on the earth.
- 60 Killed As Bus Catches Fire (Telegraph, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 07, 2007)
Dhaka, Jan. 6 (Reuters): Around 60 people were feared killed when a bus packed with some 100 passengers crashed on a highway and caught fire southeast of Dhaka, today.
- 40 Die As Bangla Bus Veers Off Road (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 07, 2007)
A speeding bus packed with passengers veered off the road, crashed into a ditch and burst into flames in eastern Bangladesh today, leaving at least 40 passengers dead and several injured, a police officer said.
- Ulfa Carnage Kills 28 (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 07, 2007)
Militants belonging to the banned United Liberation Front of Asom (Ulfa) today shot dead 28 persons, mostly Hindi-speaking milkmen in separate incidents across Tinsukia and Dhemaji districts of the state in the early hours today.
- Six Indian Cops Fired Over Killing Of Children (News International, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 05, 2007)
Authorities fired six policemen for failing to investigate dozens of missing children and women, a government official said on Thursday, after 17 of their dismembered bodies turned up at a house in an affluent New Delhi suburb.
- At Least 13 Killed In Baghdad Car Bombs (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 05, 2007)
Two bombs exploded in Baghdad’s upscale Mansour neighbourhood on Thursday, killing 13 people and wounding at least 25, police said.
- Indian Army Kills Four ‘Pakistani Militants’ (Daily Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 05, 2007)
The Indian army on Thursday killed four alleged Pakistani militants in its part of disputed Kashmir after a three-hour gunfight, police said.
- Agriculture Going To Seed (Business Line, K. P. Prabhakaran Nair, Jan 05, 2007)
The agriculture scene is decidedly dismal and the country can ignore it at its peril. The double-digit growth in manufacturing and service sectors will be nullified if agriculture remains a laggard.
- Iraqis Begin Damage Control Exercise (Hindu, Atul Aneja , Jan 05, 2007)
Outcry over the manner of Saddam Hussein's execution
- Spirit Of Pilgrimage (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Jan 05, 2007)
Every year millions of Muslims gather in Makkah to reaffirm the universal brotherhood of Islam and invoke the blessings of Allah.
- Sezs Should Not Be An Ad Hoc Exercise (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 05, 2007)
Special Economic Zones (SEZs) should not be set up in an ad hoc manner; the exercise calls for mapping of the chosen area through remote sensing, agricultural scientist M.S. Swaminathan told a press conference here on Thursday.
- 13 Dead In Iraq Car Bombings As Executions Delayed (Frontier Post, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 05, 2007)
Two car bombs exploded near a fuel station Thursday, killing 13 people and wounding 25, police said, amid a relative downturn in violence in the Iraqi capital during an Islamic holiday that ended this week.
- Incredible India Goes Tourist Unfriendly (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 05, 2007)
'Incredible India' has been popularised as a two-word crisp mantra to attract tourists from all over the world to the charms and fascination of a country that is trying to present an alluring package of the past and present.
- Saddam Death Video: Two Guards Held (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 05, 2007)
Iraqi authorities have detained two justice ministry guards on suspicion of secretly filming the execution of Saddam Hussein and then distributing it on the Internet.
- Darkness At The End Of Tunnel (Pioneer, Editorial, The Pioneer, Jan 05, 2007)
In houses along the steel wall separating Gaza and Egypt, the lights are flickering - a sign that smugglers are digging tunnels below, their powerful drills weakening the flow of electricity.
- Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Arun Sarin Must Ask Investors To Take Long View To Win Backing For His Indian Ambitions (Independent (UK), Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 05, 2007)
The Indian business press is better known for its ability to spread disinformation than it is at illumination, so much of what is being written and said about the ongoing battle for India's fourth largest mobile phone company, Hutchison . . .
- Sez Zone Seethes, Govt Stalls (Telegraph, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 05, 2007)
Nandigram continued to bristle for the second day, with a CPM office torched, ditches cut across roads and culverts destroyed to block access to villages.
- Kill The Green (Telegraph, Editorial, The Telegraph, Jan 05, 2007)
Falstaff died babbling of green fields. So will Calcutta, if the city’s benighted keepers are allowed to have their way.
- Rest In Peace (Telegraph, Editorial, The Telegraph, Jan 05, 2007)
Imperialism is still the highest stage of capitalism. But the first decade of the 21st century is a different proposition compared to the first decade of the 20th.
- Resolute Withdrawal (Times of India, Editorial, The Times of India, Jan 05, 2007)
A man possessed of a strong spirit of renunciation feels restless for God, as the mother feels for her own child. A man of strong renunciation seeks nothing but God... He never thinks, 'Let me first make some arrangements and then I shall think . . .
- Lessons From The Tyrant’S Death (Deccan Herald, Mary Riddell, Jan 05, 2007)
The West’s reluctance to act in other parts of the world has been catastrophic.
- End The Temp Job Apartheid (The Economic Times, MANISH SABHARWAL, Jan 05, 2007)
The vocal minority of labour market insiders believe that the only job worth having is permanent, unionised, full-time, and subject to all labour laws.
- Up Suspends 2 Sps, Fires 6 Cops In Noida Serial Killings Case (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 04, 2007)
Under fire over police inaction that led to serial killings and sexual abuse of children in Uttar Pradesh's industrial town of Noida, the State Government on Wednesday night suspended two Superintendents of Police and sacked six policemen who were . . .
- Four Terrorists Killed In Kashmir Gunbattle (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 04, 2007)
Four terrorists including a divisional commander of the Harkat-ul-Mujahideen (HuM), were killed by security forces in a remote mountainous area in Udhampur district of Jammu and Kashmir on early Thursday.
- R.K. Raghavan: Case For Gun Control (Dawn, R. K. Raghavan , Jan 04, 2007)
In the unprecedented coverage of two recent judgments, the media missed an opportunity to draw attention to the perils of a growing gun culture.
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