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- Sez: Protests Warn Of Nandigram At Nandagudi (Indian Express, JOHNSON T A, Jun 19, 2007)
A Karnataka government decision to convert a proposed township project at Nandagudi, located 55 km from Bangalore, into an SEZ has resulted in threats of Nandigram-like protests from farmer groups and the CPI(ML).
- Clash For Land Cash And Jobs (Telegraph, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 18, 2007)
The rumbles of Nandigram and Singur were felt in Asansol today when hundreds of villagers fought police from behind women and children, trying to stop takeover of plots acquired 18 years ago.
- Us Climate Proposal No Competition To Un Talks: Bush (The Economic Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 04, 2007)
US President George W. Bush's call for global warming talks with a small group of key nations is not meant to sideline broader UN talks on cutting greenhouse-gas emissions, said a senior US official.
- Tata’S Sez Gets Nod, Reliance’S Navi Mumbai Plan Held Back (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 01, 2007)
The government today deferred a decision on Mukesh Ambani-promoted Navi Mumbai SEZ while clearing the Tata’s Gopalpur SEZ project in Orissa.
- Report: Sale Of Daewoo Electronics To India's Videocon Scrapped Over Pricing (Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, May 19, 2007)
The planned sale of South Korea's Daewoo Electronics Corp. to a consortium led by India's Videocon Industries Ltd. has been scrapped mainly due to differences in pricing, a news report said Friday.
- Report: Sale Of India Daewoo Scrapped (Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, May 19, 2007)
The planned sale of South Korea's Daewoo Electronics Corp. to a consortium led by India's Videocon Industries Ltd. has been scrapped mainly due to differences in pricing, a news report said Friday.
- Sino-Indian Trade To Touch $40 Bn Ahead Of Target (The Economic Times, Correspondent or Reporter, May 17, 2007)
Senior trade representatives of India and China have forecast that the bilateral trade volume will surge from the current $ 25 billion to $40 billion by 2009, a full year ahead of the target set by the two governments.
- Indian Firms To Invest $5 Bn In China (Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, May 16, 2007)
Eleven Indian companies, which were part of a 35-member business delegation to China, have entered into an agreement with Chinese business interest to set up manufacturing facilities and offices there with a total investment of $5 billion . . . .
- Central Govt May Let States Acquire Land For Sezs (The Economic Times, Correspondent or Reporter, May 14, 2007)
The Empowered group of ministers (eGoM) on special economic zones is now willing to allow state governments have a say in the acquisition of land. This was confirmed to ET by a senior member of the eGoM on Sunday.
- Farmers Plan Protest Against Videocon Sez (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, May 14, 2007)
Wagholi, nearly 20 km from Pune, continued to be tense on Sunday. On Friday, local farmers stoned the official vehicle of Haveli tehsildar Sanjiv Deshmukh.
- New Rise Of The Hindu (Times of India, Tarun Vijay, May 03, 2007)
Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania, must be a long place from India's Sanskrit learning centres and if a “fun-filled” spoken Sanskrit residential camp named Shraddha (devotion) for teenagers alone gets booked three months in advance, there must be something . ..
- Sakthi Auto Buys Out European Co. For $130m (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, May 01, 2007)
Intermet Europe manufactures precision castings for auto industry
New entity will be headquartered in Germany
Sakthi Auto gets window to the European market
- Business, Soccer And Samba (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Apr 25, 2007)
More Latin American countries are getting ready to open missions in India, bringing in more business, soccer and samba beats. Of the 19 Latin American countries, 13 already have their missions in Delhi.
- Sony Corporation Needs A Major Boost To Regain Its Lost Position (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 18, 2007)
The tagline goes, “It's a Sony” but these days it's hard to believe that it's the same Sony that we used to know in the past.
- Telgi's Second Conviction (Frontline, Anupama Katakam, Apr 14, 2007)
ON March 24, a Special Court in Bangalore sentenced Abdul Karim Telgi, prime accused in the multi-crore stamp paper scam, and his four associates to 10 years' rigorous imprisonment each for forgery and cheating the government and a private . . .
- Govt On Backfoot, Admits Cm (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 13, 2007)
The chief minister, Mr Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, during a meeting of the Cabinet core committee said today that his government was “on the backfoot” after the Nandigram incident.
- Realising The Uniqueness Of Saarc (Hindu, A.P.J. ABDUL KALAM , Apr 07, 2007)
The various member states have core competencies that can be pooled together for mutual benefit.
- U.S. Universities Tap Into The Indian Market (International Herald Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Mar 29, 2007)
Late one recent evening here in steamy southern India, Vijay Muddana sat in a mercilessly air-conditioned room, leaning forward in his chair and talking to the wall.
- U.S. Universities Tap Into The Indian Market (International Herald Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Mar 28, 2007)
It was an unusual university entrance interview.
- India Attracts Universities From The U.S. (New York Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Mar 28, 2007)
It was an unusual university entrance interview.
- Hindujas Plan Tie-Up In Uae (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Mar 27, 2007)
The Hinduja group on Monday announced its plans to invest over Rs. 5,500 crore in health care in India and property development business in the UAE, where it is also examining the prospects of setting up an automobile unit.
- Videocon Likely To Set Up Dubai Unit (Business Standard, Correspondent or Reporter, Mar 27, 2007)
Consumer goods maker Videocon Industries plans to invest more than Rs 1,000 crore ($230 million) to set up a new manufacturing unit in Dubai, according to Chairman V N Dhoot.
- Laptops For Judges Soon (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Mar 05, 2007)
Supreme Court also exploring the concept of e-courts "The State Government will favourably consider all requests made by law officers"
- Videocon Plans Usd 1b Facility In Italy (WhatIsIndia Publications, Correspondent or Reporter, Feb 15, 2007)
After becoming one of the largest global producers of cathode ray tubes (CRT), consumer electronics major Videocon Industries is beefing up its presence in LCD (liquid crystal display) panel manufacturing.
- India's Rise As A Manufacturing Giant (British Broadcasting Corporation, Correspondent or Reporter, Feb 14, 2007)
Earlier this week, KM Birla's Hindalco acquired the world's largest producer of rolled aluminium products, Novelis, for $6bn.
- India Is Reveling In Being The Buyer (New York Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Feb 07, 2007)
Many in this nation, which gained independence from Britain in 1947, are discovering that it is far more appealing to belong to a nation doing the takeovers rather than being taken over.
- Corus Takeover Turns India Euphoric (Indian Express, Editorial, Indian Express, Feb 03, 2007)
Bangalore, India: This former British colony is discovering that it is far better to take over than be taken over. India erupted with serves-them-right jubilation this week when Tata Group, an Indian conglomerate, won a bid for the Corus . . .
- Corus Takeover Turns India Euphoric (International Herald Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Feb 02, 2007)
This former British colony is discovering that it is far better to take over than be taken over.
- Modi Power In Gujarat (Pioneer, ASHOK MALIK, Jan 23, 2007)
Why Narendra Modi believes his power reforms combine economic sense with political sensibility
- 'No Need For A Law On Recruitment' (The Economic Times, VIVEK SINHA, Jan 18, 2007)
The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham), one of the oldest national chambers of Indian industry, has just elected a new president.
- 'Sezs Not At Cost Of Farmers' (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 17, 2007)
Newly-elected Assocham president Venugopal Dhoot, whose company Videocon is also developing special economic zones is all for the duty free enclaves — particularly for health and social sectors — but he wants companies to compensate farmers "with jobs . .
- Govt. Support Sought For Overseas Acquisitions (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 10, 2007)
Industry wants corporate tax cut to 25 per cent.
- 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 . . .
- Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee Makes Out A Case For Industrialisation (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 08, 2007)
Says agriculture alone is not enough to go forward
Interests of workers, farmers taken care of
Biggest steel plant to be set up by Jindals.
- Another Kind Of Amazonian Downpour (The Financial Express, R VISWANATH, Jan 05, 2007)
There’s good reason why India Inc is on an investment spree in Latin America
- Company They Keep (Indian Express, Editorial, Indian Express, Dec 29, 2006)
Corporate battles off the marketplace sometimes produce only losers. The frequency of this outcome depends on political-economic structures.
- Go West, Young Man (Times of India, Editorial, The Times of India, Dec 26, 2006)
The year 2006 marks the Indian economy's coming of age in a globalised world. Not only are foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows and outflows at record highs, the latter has exceeded the former. So much, then, for fears expressed in the 90s over . . .
- India Inc Thinks Multinational For Global Integration (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 25, 2006)
With an estimated $8 billion spent on overseas mergers, acquisitions and expansion, 2006 turned out to be a year of global consolidation for India Inc and Indian multinationals became a reality.
- In Gold-Rush India, Hotel Rooms Are Scarce And Expensive (International Herald Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 19, 2006)
With its ultrachic restaurant and sweeping views of a 16th-century tomb, the Oberoi in New Delhi is a hotel of choice for the pinstriped deal makers pouring into India.
- Bush Delays Iraq Plans Until 2007 (Washington Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 14, 2006)
The White House said yesterday that President Bush will not lay out his plan to chart a new course in Iraq until early next year, as new polls showed Americans are more pessimistic than ever about the nation's ability to win the nearly four-year war.
- Baghdad Blasts Kill 71 (Guardian (UK), Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 13, 2006)
Lured to their death for seeking work, at least 71 people were killed and more than 200 injured yesterday in a dual bomb attack on a central Baghdad square that was shocking even by Iraq's grim standards.
- Bush's Rethink On Iraq (Christian Science Monitor, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 13, 2006)
Whatever options President Bush chooses for the future of US policy in Iraq, one thing appears clear: He is trying to convey to voters that he is not acting alone.
- Pessimism Over Iraq Deepens As Bush Weighs His Next Move (International Herald Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 13, 2006)
As President George W. Bush on Tuesday continued his high-profile exploration of expert views on Iraq, several new opinion surveys showed a dramatic deepening of American pessimism about the war and the president's handling of it.
- White House To Delay Shift On Iraq Until '07 (New York Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 13, 2006)
The White House said Tuesday that President Bush would delay presenting any new strategy for Iraq until early next year, as officials suggested that Mr. Bush’s advisers were locked in internal debates on several fronts about how to proceed.
- Bush's Iraq Plan Said Likely Early In 2007 (Washington Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 13, 2006)
President Bush, about to wrap up an intense effort to arrive at a new course for Iraq, is likely to lay out his plan to the nation early next year instead of before Christmas, a senior White House official said today.
- Bush Delays Fresh Iraq Strategy (British Broadcasting Corporation, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 13, 2006)
President George W Bush will delay his announcement of possible changes to US policy in Iraq until after the new year, the White House has confirmed.
- Experts Advise President Not To Reduce Troops (Washington Post, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 12, 2006)
President Bush heard a blunt and dismal assessment of his handling of Iraq from a group of military experts yesterday, but the advisers shared the White House's skeptical view of the recommendations made last week by the bipartisan Iraq Study Group, . ..
- Bush Reviews Options On Iraq Policy (US News & World Report, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 12, 2006)
President Bush, eager to show he can take advice on Iraq, embarked on a round of public outreach Monday and promised Americans the unpopular war eventually would make their lives safer.
- Bush Sets Out On Pilgrimage To 'Listen' To Alternatives On Iraq (International Herald Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 12, 2006)
President George W. Bush went to the State Department on Monday as part of a conspicuous round of consultations over how best to reshape the U.S. approach to Iraq, saying that it was important that "when I do speak to the American people, they . ..
- Administration Gropes For New Iraq Strategy (Washington Post, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 09, 2006)
As pressure mounts for a change of course in Iraq, the Bush administration is groping for a viable new strategy for the president to unveil by Christmas, with deliberations now focused on three main options to redefine the U.S. military and political . .
- U.S. Rethinking Iraqi Unification Goal (US News & World Report, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 02, 2006)
The Bush administration is re-evaluating its efforts to unite Iraq's fractious sectarian and political factions in an attempt to preserve U.S. options in Iraq no matter what happens, officials familiar with an internal administration review of Iraq . . .
- India Inc Must Foray Abroad With Caution (Business Line, T. C. A. Ramanujam , Nov 24, 2006)
Indian companies are foraying into developed countries even as their Chinese counterparts are concentrating on the less developed nations of Africa. Though this is a tribute to Indian managerial and entrepreneurial skills, India Inc must also watch . . .
- Bush Drafting Policy Review (Washington Post, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 16, 2006)
President Bush formally launched a sweeping internal review of Iraq policy yesterday, pulling together studies underway by various government agencies, according to U.S. officials.
- Us Denies Rift With Blair On Syria, Iran (Jordan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 16, 2006)
The White House has rushed to deny claims of a diplomatic rift with its closest European ally Britain, after Prime Minister Tony Blair mooted a "partnership" with US foes Iran and Syria.
- Bush Faces New Calls To Shift Policies On Mideast (Washington Post, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 14, 2006)
President Bush came under new pressure yesterday at home and abroad to alter his policies in the Middle East. British Prime Minister Tony Blair pushed for a broader Arab-Israeli peace initiative to help stabilize Iraq, while the incoming chairman of . . .
- Huge Task Before Iraq Study Group (Christian Science Monitor, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 14, 2006)
For the bipartisan panel of luminaries known as the Iraq Study Group, the most important thing now may be hammering out a framework for peace in Washington, not drawing up new lists of options for US policy toward Iraq.
- Democrats Push For Troop Cuts Within Months (New York Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 13, 2006)
Democratic leaders in the Senate vowed on Sunday to use their new Congressional majority to press for troop reductions in Iraq within a matter of months, stepping up pressure on the administration just as President Bush is to be interviewed by a . . .
- Indian Transnationals Make Waves (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 13, 2006)
Recent trends show they can play the mergers and acquisitions game as well as their counterparts elsewhere.
- Facelift To Cities (Frontline, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 11, 2006)
The commercial capital of India is being redeveloped on a massive scale to ease the pressure on its infrastructure and arrest its decline.
- Marching Ahead (Frontline, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 11, 2006)
Aurangabad is witnessing strong economic growth and in the process transforming itself into a commercial hub.
- Iraq Puts Civilian Toll At 150,000 (Jordan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 10, 2006)
A stunning new death count emerged Thursday, as Iraq's health minister estimated at least 150,000 civilians had been killed in the war — about three times previously accepted estimates.
- Iraqi Leader Critical Of U.S. Envoy (Washington Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 30, 2006)
A festering grievance between Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and the United States escalated yesterday with Mr. al-Maliki telling President Bush that America's ambassador in Baghdad acts like a viceroy instead of a diplomat.
- Fdi: Will India Edge Out China? (Business Line, S. Majumder , Oct 27, 2006)
China may have overtaken India in macroeconomic parameters, but in terms of micro-economic indicators India is ahead.
- Foreign Buyouts Fuel Fdi Outflow (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 25, 2006)
A number of foreign acquisitions by India Inc especially the latest of Corus Group by India’s largest corporate House — the Tatas, for over $8 billion may result in FDI outflows exceeding inflows this year.
- Consortium Bags Daewoo Electronics (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 24, 2006)
Deal involving Videocon is valued at $700 m
- America Changing Iraq Tactics (Hindu, Atul Aneja , Oct 23, 2006)
Amid spiralling American casualties, signs have emerged that the U.S. is reassessing its approach towards Iraq.
- Bush To Make Changes In Iraq Policy (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 23, 2006)
President George W Bush said yesterday that he would make ''every necessary change'' in tactics to respond to spiralling violence in Iraq, and he acknowledged a drive to stabilise Baghdad had not gone as planned.
- Diplomat Acknowledges Us 'Arrogance', 'Stupidity' In Iraq (Jordan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 23, 2006)
The United States has shown "arrogance" and "stupidity" in Iraq, a senior US diplomat said in an interview aired on Sunday, after US President George W. Bush said he was flexible on tactics, if not strategy.
- North Korea N-Test Could Impact India (Deccan Herald, Bidanda M Chengappa, Oct 17, 2006)
South Korea is the fifth largest investor in India and bilateral trade could be affected.
- Rural Resistance (Frontline, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 11, 2006)
The most visible resistance to the often indiscriminate acquisition of land has come, naturally, from farmers. A roundup of the state of play in different parts of the country.
- Sez Clearance For Salim, 24 Others (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 07, 2006)
The Board of Approval for special economic zones (SEZ) today approved 25 proposals, including eight formal and 17 in-principle.
- Buying Spree (Business Standard, T N Ninan, Oct 07, 2006)
It is astonishing, and entirely unpredicted, that India’s outbound investment should begin to rival inbound FDI.
- Videocon Gets Nod To Set Up It, Biotech Sezs In Wb (The Economic Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 23, 2006)
The Videocon group has finalised its proposed IT and bio-tech special economic zones (SEZs) with the West Bengal government. The consumer electronics and home appliances major is also keen to set up three more SEZs in the state.
- Sez Promoters Look At Funding Options (Indian Express, DEV CHATTERJEE, Sep 23, 2006)
With the banking regulator Reserve Bank of India asking banks to treat loans to special economic zones as commercial real estate, promoters of SEZs are looking at all options including listing and raising cheap funds abroad.
- Satellite Medical Centre Launched (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 13, 2006)
Rural telemedicine facilities
Visitors can get the benefit of the expert opinion of the best medical specialists in Space Hospitals
A doctor in a rural area can share medical information with a specialist to improve diagnosis accuracy
Costs are on
- After 22 Yrs, Uftaa’S Convention Returns To India (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 12, 2006)
The adage ‘better late than never’ goes well with United Federation of Travel Agents Association (UFTAA) General Assembly and World Travel Agents Congress, which is being held in India after a gap of 22 years.
- Daewoo Elec Sees Videocon Deal Closed By End-Dec (Reuters, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 12, 2006)
South Korean appliance maker Daewoo Electronics expects to finalise its sale to a consortium led by Videocon Industries Ltd. by the end of December, the company said on Tuesday.
- Catering To Nicotine Lovers (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Sep 09, 2006)
Smoker’s International Airways. As the name suggests, the airline, known as Smintair for short, will probably not be for the faint of lung.
- Videocon Offers $700 Mn To Buy Daewoo (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 09, 2006)
The race for takeovers abroad is getting hotter. After Tata Tea’s buyout of American energy drink giant Glaceau for $677 million, it’s the turn of Videocon group to make Corporate India’s biggest overseas acquisition ever.
- Big League Bound (The Financial Express, Editorial, Financial Express, Aug 30, 2006)
India Inc acquisitions open new frontiers
- Water Being Drained In Barmer (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 30, 2006)
Rescue efforts stepped up as rain lets up; death toll increases to 139
- We Do Not Foresee Any Glut In The Steel Market’ (The Financial Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 20, 2006)
Bhushan Steel & Strips Ltd is the country's third-largest secondary steel manufacturer after Tata Steel and SAIL.
- ‘Bihar Is Not Investor-Friendly’ (Deccan Herald, Abhay Kumar, Aug 08, 2006)
Shatrughan Sinha, has washed his hands off his own proposal to set up a 5- star hotel in Patna. In an interview with Deccan Herald...
- Videocon Set To Launch Ipods In Indian Market (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 06, 2006)
White and brown goods Indian multinational, Videocon Industries Limited (VIL), is planning to launch a range of iPods in the Indian market place the next month.
- Inside Help (The Financial Express, Editorial, Financial Express, Jul 12, 2006)
Has Venugopal Dhoot become Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee’s industrial advisor? Last Thursday, when the Videocon head visited the West Bengal chief minister, he was requested to provide information on the activities of big corporations in the electronic . . .
- More Anchor (The Financial Express, Editorial, Financial Express, Jul 07, 2006)
New factors in promoter unease
- Kumaraswamy's Remark On Splitting Belgaum Irks Panel (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 05, 2006)
Chief Minister urged to refrain from such a move
Chief Minister asked to be cautious while making such statements
`Any move to split the district would give scope for the revival of the 1997 agitation'
- Rs. 190-Crore Project For Kolar (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 03, 2006)
Chief Minister to discuss spread of chikungunya with officials on Wednesday
Centre identifies six districts in State for providing relief Kumaraswamy to tour districts for three days in a week
- Rs. 190-Cr. To Provide Drinking Water In Kolar (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 03, 2006)
Chief Minister to discuss spread of chikungunya in the State with officials on Wednesday
Centre identifies six districts in State for providing relief
Kumaraswamy to tour districts for three days in a week
- Gail Consortium Signs Agreement For Oman Block (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 29, 2006)
GAIL (India) Limited with its consortium partners has signed the Exploration and Production Sharing Agreement (EPSA) with The Government of the Sultanate of Oman for Block 56 in Muscat on Wednesday.
- Building India (Indian Express, Editorial, Indian Express, Jun 22, 2006)
Signs of private sector-led infrastructure overhaul. So warning to politicians: be smart, honest
- Iraq: Some Damning Statistics (Dawn, Mahir Ali, Jun 21, 2006)
Within a couple of days of George W. Bush’s return from his extraordinarily surreptitious foray into Baghdad’s green zone, his nation’s self-proclaimed newspaper of record, The New York Times, had a bit of bad news for the president.
- Siliguri Gets New Luxury Address (Telegraph, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 21, 2006)
The north Bengal trade hub will get its second five-star hotel by 2007.
A collaboration of Fortune Park Hotels, an ITC-Welcomgroup subsidiary, and Lipika Enterprise, a Darjeeling real estate firm with hotels there and in Gangtok, was announced . . .
- Bush’S Surprise Visit To Baghdad (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 14, 2006)
US president George W. Bush assured Iraqis in a surprise visit to Baghdad on Tuesday that the United States stands with them and their new government.
- Bush War Cabinet To Meet On Iraq Review (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 13, 2006)
US President George W Bush convenes a war council this week hoping to build momentum after Abu Musab al-Zarqawi’s death, but the big question overhanging the talks is when American troops will finally return from Iraq.
- Musharraf Markets Pakistan At Silicon Valley Conference (Daily Times, Editorial, Daily Times, Jun 04, 2006)
President General Pervez Musharraf said on Saturday that high growth and friendly policies had made Pakistan an ideal destination for world entrepreneurs.
- Ratan Tata Announces Small Car Project In Bengal (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, May 19, 2006)
Proposes to set up a heavy earth moving equipment unit
- Hamas Assumes Office Amid Threats Of Isolation (Hindu, Atul Aneja , Mar 31, 2006)
Abbas swears in 24-member Cabinet, including one woman
The new Palestinian Government led by Hamas has assumed office amid growing threats of a financial boycott and political isolation by the United States, Europe and Israel.
- Apollo’S Twin (Indian Express, Dilip Cherian, Mar 06, 2006)
Onkar S. Kanwar seems to have developed new love for services.
- Eau De Cologne Vs Perfume (Indian Express, PRIYA RAMANI, Feb 06, 2006)
When Lakshmi Niwas Mittal announced his 18.6 billion euro bid for King Kong-sized steel producer Arcelor last month, it apparently surprised even his dad Mohan. So it’s understandable that the French were a little taken aback.
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