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Saturday, December 24,  2005


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 From December 17, 2005 to December 23, 2005 

Maran Sees Foreign Investment Boom In Phones, It

Planned foreign investment in India's booming telecoms and information technology sector is expected to double to $22 billion in 2006, as the world's top companies focus on the country, its IT and telecoms minister said.

Food Corp Says Wheat Imports Not Needed

India's largest grain procurement agency, Food Corp. of India, said on Wednesday the country had adequate stocks of wheat until May and there was no need for any imports. 

`Our Relationship With India Transcends Politics And Economics' Mr Dominique Girard, Ambassador Of France In India

"I think India is a country that is so complex, so diversified, so rich, so paradoxical that it is a treat. There is not one day when I did not discover something I was totally ignorant of. Here, in India, when you open your eyes, you really learn,"

"India Should Tackle Stigma Attached To Aids"

Ann M. Veneman, executive director of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), who was in New Delhi recently, feels that if the Indian leadership is willing to discuss HIV/AIDS, it is an important step forward in addressing the issue.

India Adding Troops On Bangladesh Border

India is deploying thousands of new troops on its frontier with Bangladesh and setting up hundreds of more border posts to check illegal migration and movement of armed militants, a top official said.


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