What Is India News Service
Saturday, November 05,  2005


  Interview Articles


 From October 15, 2005 to October 21, 2005 

"Judicial Activism Is A Misnomer"

Y.K. Sabharwal, who will become the 36th Chief Justice of India on November 1, has the reputation of being a fearless Judge. He takes over at a time when the judiciary as an institution is attracting close scrutiny.

Interview: Shivraj Patil

In the third week of September, the Union government convened the first meeting of the Standing Committee of Chief Ministers of States affected by naxalism.

Interview: Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee

The naxalite problem in West Bengal, though not as serious as it is in Orissa and Jharkhand, is still a matter of concern for the Communist Party of India (Marxist)-led Left Front government in the State.

‘We Need To Project A Correct Image Of The Army’

Rifles are being oiled, roads painted, boots shined. An old boy has turned 225. It’s celebration time at the Madras Engineer Group (MEG) which will today play host to more than 10,000 serving and retired officers, including three British officers, . . .

"The Aim Is To Discredit Sewa"

Founder of the Self-Employed Women's Association (SEWA)Ela R. Bhatt,in an interview, speaks about her organisation's decision to pull out of all Government of Gujarat programmes.

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