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Saturday, September 24,  2005

The Indian Analyst


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 From September 16, 2005 to September 23, 2005 


Govts To Blame For Tribal Deaths’

The large-scale deaths of tribals due to malaria in the Paderu area of Visakhapatnam district in Andhra Pradesh was an opportunity for the Opposition Telugu Desam Party in the state to take the ruling Congress to task.

"There Is A Need To Calibrate Subsidies"

Oil and Natural Gas Corporation chairmanSubir Raha, in an interview, warns profits and investment plans abroad will be affected by the increasing burden of subsidy. Excerpts

From Ladies Coupe To The Mistress

Bala Chauhan in conversation with Anita Nair, whose book Mistress, out shortly, is an interplay between the forces of passion and art.

Iraq's Constitution, A Failure For The U.S."

Preeta Bansalof the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom advises President George Bush on foreign policy in relation to religion.

‘Rural People’S Purchasing Power Is Increasing’

Manvendra Singh, 41, is a BJP MP from Barmer, Rajasthan, who looks colourful in his dhoti and headgear. Son of senior BJP leader Jaswant Singh, Manvendra was educated in the US and the UK. A journalist by profession, Manvendra gets good support ...

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