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- Wb Loan To State Project (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
The World Bank(WB) on Friday agreed to sanction a loan of $944 million to India for funding three socio-economic developmental projects including a community-based water management endeavour in Karnataka.
- Union Cabinet Rejects Proposal To Raise Air Fare For Haj Pilgrims (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
“In keeping with UPA Government’s commitment to Muslim welfare”
Overall Haj subsidy provided by the Government to go up now from Rs. 343 crore to 368 crore
Varanasi will be included as a new embarkation point for Haj pilgrims from now on
- A Writer's People (Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
In 1970, the New Zealand artist Colin McCahon wrote to a friend: "I have the awful problem now of being a better person before I can paint better."
- 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
- Aiadmk, Mdmk Councillors Stage Walkout From Meeting (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 02, 2007)
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) and Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazahagam (MDMK) councillors of Manapparai Municipal Council staged a walkout on Thursday, bringing the proceedings of the council’s monthly meeting to an abrupt end.
- Acts Of God And Humanity (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Nov 02, 2007)
There is nothing quite like the sight of massive destruction to elicit talk of God. We heard it last week out of the mouths of Southern California fire victims and evacuees from Canyon Country to Escondido in the US.
- Danger Gong (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Nov 02, 2007)
The danger gong has been sounded once again, this time by the UNEP’s Global Environment Outlook report which has just been released.
- Manipur Militants Free Engineers (Telegraph, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 31, 2007)
Militants freed three engineers of the Manipur public health engineering department unharmed shortly after midnight last night with both sides claiming that no money had changed hands.
- Storage Level Crosses 136 Feet In Periyar Dam (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 31, 2007)
Third and final flood alert issued to people in Kerala
- Has The End Of Civilisation Begun? (Hindu, George Monbiot, Oct 31, 2007)
A powerful novel’s vision of a dystopian future shines a cold light on the dreadful consequences of our universal apathy.
- Chinese Barbie In Russia (Pioneer, Dmitry Kosyrev, Oct 31, 2007)
While the number of students abroad applying for the Russian courses is on the rise, Russian toys are facing extinction
- The Future Is Black (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 30, 2007)
Almost nonstop, gargantuan 145-tonne trucks rumble through China's biggest open-pit coal mine, sending up clouds of soot as they dump their loads into mechanised sorters.
- Ufos Spotted In Kolkata (Deccan Herald, Prasanta Paul, Oct 30, 2007)
An Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) spotted and filmed for nearly three hours by a company executive in his digicam early on Monday created an unprecedented stir among the astronomers here who have so far failed to explain the phenomenon.
- A Firestorm, A Deluge And A Sharp Political Dig (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Oct 30, 2007)
Efforts to reach out to victims of California's wildfires may be an attempt by the Bush administration to re-write the wrongs of Katrina.
- Raise And Fall Of The Index: Some Blunders (Deccan Herald, Editorial, Dawn, Oct 30, 2007)
The RBI governor has hit India's first industrial boom in 13 years on the head with a club, wtrites Prem Shankar Jha.
- Child Sweatshop Shame Threatens Gap's Ethical Image (Guardian (UK), Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 30, 2007)
An Observer investigation into children making clothes has shocked the retail giant and may cause it to withdraw apparel ordered . . . .
- Australia Stays Off Wheat Row (Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 30, 2007)
Amid the furore over import of red wheat, the Australian High Commission has sought to clarify that India has imported only white wheat from Australia and the other variety in news is not an Australian produce.
- Pakistan-India Trade From Porters To Trucks (Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 30, 2007)
Pakistan and India have entered into mutual arrangement for cross-border movement of trucks transporting import and export cargo through Wagha. First Indian truck carrying import cargo crossed the border on October 1, 2007 under this arrangement.
- Heavy Downpour Kills 11 In Andhra (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 30, 2007)
The torrential downpour and the resultant floods under the impact of the depression in the Bay of Bengal have claimed 11 lives in Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh.
- Bulls Play Twenty-20 (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 30, 2007)
Again incredible feat by bulls on Monday! They took only six sessions to help Sensex cross record 20,000 point mark in intra-day trade on Monday considering the fact that the same had plunged to a low of 17,171.45 on October 22.
- Rbi & Fed: Crr Hike, 25 Bps Cut In Prospect (Business Line, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 30, 2007)
The stock market continues to hog the headlines. After dropping a couple of thousand points in the aftermath of the Securities and Exchange Board of India’s moves on participatory notes, the market roared back to beat its old highs and . . . . .
- How Many Is Enough? (Telegraph, GWYNNE DYER, Oct 29, 2007)
Even before the 17th congress of the Chinese Communist Party began last week in Beijing, it was clear that at least one policy was not going to change: the one-child policy.
- 15 Killed In Rain-Hit Tamil Nadu (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 29, 2007)
Fifteen people, including four children, were killed in rain-related incidents in Tamil Nadu as heavy downpour triggered by north-east monsoon swept the state inundating several low-lying areas and destroying crop.
- Inflation: The Real Measure (Business Line, Editorial, Business Line, Oct 29, 2007)
With the Credit Policy barely a few days away, the Reserve Bank of India will feel a certain sense of satisfaction that its monetary policy in the recent past has paid off in the form of a drop in the inflation rate from . . . .
- Child Labour Versus Quality Clothing (Dawn, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 29, 2007)
Amitosh concentrates as he pulls the loops of thread through tiny plastic beads and sequins on the toddler’s blouse he is making.
- Stunting The Sme (Business Line, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 29, 2007)
Currently, we are in the throes of self-doubt concerning the booming stock exchange and the soaring rupee caused by a flood of foreign investors.
- Food Security Concerns (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Oct 29, 2007)
“The power of population is so superior to the power of the earth to produce subsistence for man that premature death must in some shape or other visit the human race…levelling the population with the food of the world.”
- Lalu Flexes His Muscles (Deccan Herald, Abhay Kumar, Oct 29, 2007)
Railway Minister Lalu Prasad on Sunday said that Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi should be immediately booked under Section 302 of IPC (murder), as he had been unmasked through the Tehelka expose for his role in the Godhra riots.
- Slice Of Paradise Getaway (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 29, 2007)
Signboards that promise paradise are a dime a dozen on the road to Kovalam.
- Queen And Us (Indian Express, A N Sudarsan Rao , Oct 27, 2007)
This week a member of the Order of the Elephant came to visit the land of the elephants. Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, who belongs to this distinguished Order, is in India.
- Royal Treatment (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 27, 2007)
Pamper yourself at The Ritz-Carlton Resort and Spa in Bali
- How The Kashmir Crisis Began (British Broadcasting Corporation, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 27, 2007)
It's 60 years exactly since one of the world's most enduring conflict zones, the Kashmir valley, first erupted in violence. The BBC's former Delhi correspondent, Andrew Whitehead, looks back on how the Kashmir crisis started.
- Humans Put Humanity In Grave Danger (Telegraph, G.S. Mudur, Oct 27, 2007)
Humans are devouring the Earth’s natural resources in a manner that threatens humanity’s very survival, a UN report said today, predicting land and water shortages, deaths from pollution and disease, and extinction of species.
- Un Hands Over Soldier's Body To North Korea (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 26, 2007)
The body of a North Korean soldier found in a river south of the inter-Korean border was handed over on Friday at the frontier truce village of Panmunjom.
- Semantic Quibbling (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 25, 2007)
A month after South Bengal virtually revolted against the engineered shortage of supplies in rationing outlets, the Politburo's statement is a masterpiece of obfuscation. In trying to come to the aid of a beleaguered government . . . . .
- Edits (Statesman, Editorial, Statesman, Oct 25, 2007)
A month after South Bengal virtually revolted against the engineered shortage of supplies in rationing outlets, the Politburo's statement is a masterpiece of obfuscation.
- Amazon Sold Online — To Protect It (Hindu, Editorial, The Hindu, Oct 25, 2007)
How do you save the Amazon rainforest? Easy. All you need is a bit of cash and a computer.
- Climate Change And Extinction Of Species (Hindu, Alok Jha, Oct 25, 2007)
Rising global temperatures caused by climate change could trigger a huge extinction of plants and animals, according to a study.
- Romance Of Sputnik (Frontline, T.S. Subramanian, Oct 25, 2007)
A FULL house spontaneously applauded the film, which received the undivided attention of the audience for about an hour, at the International Astronautical Congress in Hyderabad on September 26.
- Little Women (Frontline, Jayati Ghosh, Oct 25, 2007)
LAST Monday – October 15 – a friend of mine sent me a message, reminding me that it was World Rural Women’s Day. I was intrigued, because I had not actually forgotten – I did not know about it to begin with.
- Carbon Sequestration For Better Dryland Productivity (Hindu, William D. Dar, Oct 24, 2007)
The world rejoices over the award of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize to those who focussed on climate change, yet even simple agricultural practices can greatly help mitigate this global challenge.
- Sensex Yo-Yo, Up Again (Asian Age, A N Sudarsan Rao , Oct 24, 2007)
Hectic short covering by operators and the rollover in the futures and options (F&O) sector following the comforting message sent out to foreign institutional investors (FIIs) by Securities and Exchange Board of India chairman M. Damodaran on. . .
- Edits (Statesman, Editorial, Statesman, Oct 24, 2007)
High-voltage talks are on this week to counter terrorism in the subcontinent, and it may just be coincidental that the move comes in the wake of explosions in Ajmer, Ludhiana and Karachi.
- Cloud Of Mystery (Frontline, R. Ramachandran, Oct 24, 2007)
Yet another monsoon is over and, with that, yet another test for the prediction skill of the statistical long-range forecast (LRF) model of the India Meteorological Department (IMD); this time it was a new model with a new methodology (Frontline, June 1).
- Growth Through Social Justice (Frontline, John M. Alexander , Oct 24, 2007)
Recall the face of the poorest and the weakest man you may have seen, and ask yourself if the step you contemplate is going to be of any use to him.
- “We Would Like To See The Transition To A Democratic Government” (Hindu, SANDEEP DIKSHIT, Oct 23, 2007)
Thant Myint-U, 41, grandson of the former United Nations Secretary-General U. Thant, was in New Delhi this week, having recently completed The River of Lost Footsteps, an account of the rise and fall of Burma from a histo rian’s perspective.
- Encephalitis Toll Approaches 400 (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 23, 2007)
Nearly 400 people are known to have died from encephalitis this year in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh and neighbouring areas, officials say.
- Royal Treatment (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 22, 2007)
Take in the natural beauty of the tropical island of Bali while enjoying the award-winning service, spa treatments and dining experiences at The Ritz-Carlton Resort and Spa.
- Water Scarcity Is Man-Made (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 22, 2007)
Ramaswamy Iyer is a well-known scholar with vast experience in the field of water science and river hydrology.
- ‘This Was My Mother’S Gift’ (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 22, 2007)
The first thing that strikes you about Arpana Caur’s studio on the third floor of the Academy of Fine Arts and Literature, Delhi, is space.
- Dimensions Of Rural Poverty In Tamil Nadu (Hindu, Editorial, The Hindu, Oct 19, 2007)
In Tamil Nadu, the rural poor are the marginal and small farmers and landless agricultural labourers. A comprehensive agricultural strategy should include conferment of land ownership with increased public investment in agriculture.
- Child Care Issue, Not On Politicians' Agenda (Deccan Herald, Gail Collins, Oct 19, 2007)
One needs certification to be a butcher, a barber or a manicurist, but it requires no training to take care of children.
- The Lesser Known North-East Monsoon (Hindu, N. Gopal Raj , Oct 18, 2007)
A La Nina, the oposite of an El Nino, is generally beneficial for the south-west monsoon but could it weaken the north-east monsoon?
- Indo-Us Biz Lobby To Keep Pressing For N-Deal (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 18, 2007)
Even as India has put its civil nuclear deal with the US apparently on hold, the American business lobby has vowed to keep working for speedy Congressional approval of the 123 Agreement.
- Games People Play (Pioneer, Anuradha Dutt, Oct 18, 2007)
Even as India welcomes the Nobel Prize Committee's acknowledgment of the pioneering work done by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, headed by one of its own -- Mr Rajendra Pachauri -- the Congress-led UPA regime is set on an . . . . ..
- India Whining (Pioneer, Hiranmay Karlekar, Oct 18, 2007)
Terrorism of the kind witnessed in the Ajmer bombings, followed by a theatre of the absurd, is a familiar story in the country
- Usibc Confident Of Indo-Us N-Deal (The Economic Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 18, 2007)
The US-India Business Council (USIBC) has expressed confidence that the Indo-US nuclear deal will be successfully concluded despite the current uncertainty over it and will open up investment opportunities to the tune of USD 500 billion over . . . . .
- Market Crises Have A Life Of Their Own, Separate From Value (Business Line, D. Murali , Oct 18, 2007)
If the cascade down in price is due to a liquidity-driven crisis, the best approach for the individual investor is to stand back and be patient.
- The Nowhere People (Hindustan Times, HARSH MANDER, Oct 17, 2007)
Forgotten by their governments and their people, tens of thousands of people who were uprooted from their homes and villages by waves of ethnic violence are living hopeless lives in makeshift camps in Assam for more than a decade.
- A Historical Bridge Is Falling Down Living Heritage (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 17, 2007)
A historical bridge across the Krishna near the Raichur Thermal Power Station, which connects the State with Andhra Pradesh, is in danger.
- “Grow More Trees, Save Environment” (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 17, 2007)
Since global warming is threatening to pose serious problems, it is time to embark on afforestation programmes and restore degraded forest areas to raise more trees to protect the environment, according to V.T. Kandasamy, Deputy . . . . .
- Suppressed Turns Oppressor (Pioneer, JS Rajput, Oct 17, 2007)
A shocked group of young cricket fans watches Bangladesh defeat India in the 2007 World Cup in South Africa.
- Can Mt Everest Get Taller? (Business Line, Ranabir Ray Choudhury , Oct 17, 2007)
It cannot, and yet looking at the Indian stock market’s recent climb, one feels that such a development is, after all, not impossible.
- Climate, Nobel And Al Gore (Business Line, N. R. Krishnan , Oct 17, 2007)
Nobel awards for Peace can often be contentious. But not so this year. Barring a few diehard critics who question the phenomenon of global warming itself, the world has welcomed the 2007 award to Al Gore, former US Vice-President and a . . . . .
- The Silent Haemorrhaging Of The Worlds Biodiversity (Deccan Herald, JANARDHAN ROYE, Oct 17, 2007)
If we dont take action to halt climate change, we will be guilty of taking no action at all during one of the most crucial crises for mankind.
- Pm Moots Strategic Ties With Nigeria (Hindu, SANDEEP DIKSHIT, Oct 16, 2007)
For this, cooperation will also have to go beyond tangibles to cover sustainable development
- Pakistani Cement Set To Rock Indian Market (Daily Times, Iftikhar Gilani, Oct 16, 2007)
Pakistani cement’s arrival in India is set to prove a boon for the construction industry.
- Id Festivities End, Cm Hosts Id Milan (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 16, 2007)
Id festivities concluded with Id Milan hosted by Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad here today, following end of Ramzan. Iftaar parties were hosted during Ramzan by Governor S. K. Sinha, Chief Minister Azad and DGP Kuldeep Khoda.
- 11 Killed, 6 Missing After Heavy Storms In Tunisia: Report (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 15, 2007)
Rising flood waters caused by devastating rains swept across northern Tunisia, killing at least 11 people and leaving six others missing, the official news agency reported on Sunday.
- Morality Should Trounce Economic Justification (Business Line, C. Gopinath , Oct 15, 2007)
Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor, met with the Dalai Lama last week.
- Two Sides To The Coin (Business Line, P. V. Indiresan , Oct 15, 2007)
There is a story of two boys. Fond parents of one of them left a plate of sweets while the boy was sleeping.
- Nobel Focus On Climate (Business Line, Ranabir Ray Choudhury , Oct 15, 2007)
The Nobel Peace Prize for the former US Vice-President and “climate campaigner”, Mr Al Gore, and the UN Climate Panel (headed by Mr R. K. Pachauri) has once more helped to focus attention on a phenomenon which may, ultimately . . . ..
- Pakistani Cement Set To Rock Indian Market (Daily Times, Iftikhar Gilani, Oct 15, 2007)
Pakistani cement’s arrival in India is set to prove a boon for the construction industry. Pakistani cement, which is scheduled to hit Indian market by the end of October, is expected to lower the cement prices here considerably with . . . . . . . .
- ‘This Was My Mother’S Gift’ (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 15, 2007)
The first thing that strikes you about Arpana Caur’s studio on the third floor of the Academy of Fine Arts and Literature, Delhi, is space.
- Two States And One Stage (Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 13, 2007)
Amol Palekar has been staging an annual theatre festival every year, with a different theme every year, but with a common thread: to pay back his debt to a medium that has given him so much and try to lure the young towards the rich tradition of theatre.
- Mining And Electricity Join The Party (The Economic Times, Editorial, Economic Times, Oct 13, 2007)
The IIP figures for August will add to the euphoria surrounding the India story. Industrial production grew 10.7% in August, a sharp rebound after a dip to 7.5% in July. The markets are likely to take this as confirmation that the fundamentals are sound.
- Peace Prize (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Oct 13, 2007)
Former US Vice-president Al Gore and the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change have won the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize for their efforts to spread awareness of man-made climate change.
- Governor Grants Cong Wish (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 13, 2007)
Governor Rameshwar Thakur on Friday scrapped all nominations made by the previous JD(S)-BJP coalition government to various co-operative societies in the State.
- Haiti Floods Leave 45 Dead (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 13, 2007)
At least 45 people have died in the poverty-stricken island of Haiti as homes were swept away in floods triggered by heavy rain, the Interior Ministry said on Friday.
- A Prize For Truth (Times of India, Editorial, The Times of India, Oct 13, 2007)
Convincing people that global warming is a reality - and that they are responsible for it - is not easy. Even more difficult is the task of creating awareness about the need to cut down greenhouse gases and look for clean energy alternatives.
- Climate Change: Where Science And Politics Collide (Hindu, Editorial, The Hindu, Oct 13, 2007)
A few errors in Al Gore’s film should not undermine the thrust of his message.
- Water Everywhere (Frontline, Jayati Ghosh, Oct 12, 2007)
The lack of drainage, which is finally at the core of the problem in Kolkata, is in fact a major issue in most of our major cities.
- The Resistance In Iraq And Western Claims (Hindu, Seumas Milne, Oct 12, 2007)
In spite of the impact of the surge and U.S.-armed Sunni groups, resistance is bound to continue until the occupiers leave.
- The Value Of Free (Deccan Herald, A N Sudarsan Rao , Oct 11, 2007)
Experts believe free magazines or music only indicate decreasing value.
- Words, Words And More Words (The Economic Times, Paramahamsa Sri Nithyananda, Oct 11, 2007)
Imagine for a moment that the first half of this column is empty. Imagine that the tape you are listening to is silent and has no content for just two minutes.
- Growth Wishes (Business Line, Editorial, Business Line, Oct 10, 2007)
Nine per cent growth could have been attainable had the government paid attention early to the hurdles that are glossed over.
- Torrent Of Sorrow In Assam (Frontline, Sushanta Talukdar, Oct 10, 2007)
Assam has been battling devastating floods since May. Three waves of floods, caused by the rivers Brahmaputra and Barak and their tributaries, have affected life in 26 of its 27 districts.
- Over To Raj Bhavan (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Oct 10, 2007)
After the collapse of the coalition arrangement between the JD(S) and the BJP which was formed 20 months ago, the inevitable has happened. Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy has resigned and Karnataka has come under President’s rule.
- Was Brown Prudent? (The Economic Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 09, 2007)
In this interactive age, when the public is asked by the media on a daily basis to decide on everything, the question doing the rounds in Britain is whether or not the PM Gordon Brown had thought of calling general elections and then lost his nerve.
- George Skips Jd-U Meet, Slams Nitish (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 09, 2007)
The timing was jarring to say the least. That the NDA convener, Mr George Fernandes, of the Janata Dal (United) would be absent from the two day national executive of the party was expected but his activities 1000 km away in Patna left a bad taste . . . .
- Indians Show Who's Boss (Washington Post, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 09, 2007)
There is a certain, startling incongruity to the spectacle of a visiting team celebrating a clinching playoff win at Yankee Stadium, as the House That Ruth Built, normally so alive, goes all silent and ghostly, the only sounds the strains of . . . .
- “Right Decision, Wrong Reason” (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Oct 09, 2007)
GORDON Brown has come to the right decision, but apparently for the wrong reasons.
- Voila! Gowda Dons Secular Coat Again (Deccan Herald, Ramakrishna Upadhya, Oct 09, 2007)
It was only thanks to some shrewd manipulation by Kumaraswamy and Yediyurappa who were not guided by any principles, but to somehow grab power that an unholy alliance was struck to gain backdoor entry to the government.
- Typhoon Lekima: 66 Dead In Vietnam (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 09, 2007)
The death toll from floods and landslides in Vietnam caused by typhoon Lekima rose on Monday to 66 after additional bodies were found, while at least 18 people were missing and feared dead, officials said.
- Ndma Guidelines Soon To Tackle Urban Flooding (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 08, 2007)
The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) will finalise guidelines for management of urban flooding in three to four months.
- Vietnam's Worst Floods Claim Dozens Of Lives (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 08, 2007)
More than 50 people were killed or missing after a typhoon, floods and landslides cut power and closed roads in what officials in two Vietnam provinces on Sunday described as some of the worst flooding in decades.
- Indian Economy: Tunnel Vision (Deccan Herald, Prem Shankar Jha, Oct 08, 2007)
Our economists have often turned a blind eye towards the growth of employment in the unorganised sector.
- Typhoon Forces Mass Evacuation In China (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 08, 2007)
Typhoon Krosa weakened to a tropical storm after making landfall in east China on Sunday afternoon, forcing the evacuation of more than one million people in the provinces of Zhejiang and Fujian.
- Dredge Water Bodies, Says Soz (Tribune, Tejinder Singh Sodhi, Oct 08, 2007)
Union minister for water resources Saif ud Din Soz today said despite three wars with Pakistan, India never violated the Indus water treaty and will never violate it as it stood tested by time.
- Dry Spell Spells Loss For Saffron Growers (Tribune, Dinesh Manhotra, Oct 08, 2007)
Saffron growers of Kishtwar district, who had incurred a loss in 2006 due to corn rot, are concerned as the dry spell in this district is likely to damage the crop in the second consecutive season.
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