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Friday, April 07, 2006

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From April 01 ,2006 to April 07, 2006

The Dangers Of Uncritical Support

India should look at the long-term impact of its foreign policy in relation to terrorism. 

Fukuyama's Take On Islam And Islamists

His prescription: the solution lies not in "fixing" the Muslim world by imposing democracy but in

reaching out to alienated Muslims in the West. 

Three Meat Grinders For N-Deal: Us Congress, Nsg And Iaea

The Indo-US nuclear deal takes a significant step as Condoleezza Rice testifies before the US

Congress. C. Raja Mohan untangles the complexities 

Gandhi Evoked For All Manner Of Causes

Two major nonviolent protests this week in India are being used by both the left and right. 

Indian Islamic Schools Offer Lesson In Harmony

Indian schoolgirl Julita Oraon, a devout Christian, never misses Sunday mass, but the rest of her

week is spent studying Arabic and Sufi literature among other subjects at an Islamic religious school,

or madrasa. 

Up A Window Of Opportunity, But Will The Congress Use It?

Now that the Election Commission has announced the by-election in Rae Bareli on May 8, the tempo

will start building in Sonia Gandhiís constituency. 

Indian Islamic Schools Offer Lesson In Harmony

Indian schoolgirl Julita Oraon, a devout Christian, never misses Sunday mass, but the rest of her

week is spent studying Arabic and Sufi literature among other subjects at an Islamic religious school,

or madrasa. 

On The Mahatma's Leadership

Book boasts of rare photographs of Gandhi 

More Jodhpurs With Smart Policies

It was an enchanted night and brought alive memories of that older, forgotten India that we must

rediscover and reinvent if we want tourism to help us preserve what is left of our wonderful

monuments and palaces... 

Oop, She Did It Again. Now Someone Has To Work

Cong isnít seeing past Soniaís resignation but govt canít lose sight of the complications ahead

formulating a Bill on the issue 

An Impossibility

The Nagas have to realise that it is not possible for New Delhi to redraw the map of Nagaland 

Borders As Frontiers Of Contact, Not Separation

Last week, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh spoke eloquently on the prospects for cooperation

between the two Punjabs divided between India and Pakistan and the hopes for Amritsar and Lahore

re-emerging as major trans-regional trading centres. 

Chilean Honour For Siddharth Varadarajan

Conferred with Bernardo O'Higgins Order The Ambassador of the Republic of Chile, Jorge Heine,

conferred the prestigious Bernardo O'Higgins Order on Siddharth Varadarajan, Deputy Editor of The

Hindu , at a function here on Thursday.

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