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Friday, June 09, 2006


 

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From June 03 , 2006 to June 09, 2006

Warily, India And China To Reopen Silk Route Trade
As the rain sweeps across the high Himalayan pass, a Chinese soldier arrives at the three strands of barbed wire which separate his country's territory from that of long-time rival India.

The A.Q. Khan Network
Recently the
Pakistan government announced that the A. Q. Khan case has been closed.

Nepal Without Strings
 End the paternalism that marks New Delhiís ties with Kathmandu

India's Tigers In Losing Battle Against Poachers
On a routine patrol of a vast jungle in the central highlands in April, forest guards came across a gruesome scene.

Policy Must Respond To Local Conditions
We canít have a market where policymakers and bourses work with foreign-educated academics

Successes And Failures
Every time the State denies a tactical victory to the terrorists, it takes one step forward for achieving a strategic victory over terrorism. That is the way to look at the foiled terrorist attack on RSS headquarters at Nagpur.

Taliban-Ii More Lethal
Afghanistan continues to boil in the jihadi cauldron while Pakistan stokes the fire below ---- The upsurge in violence - partly conventional strikes, partly acts of terrorism - which one has been seeing in southern and eastern Afghanistan since the . . .

Murli Deora To Attend Sco Summit
India has observer status in Shanghai Cooperation Organisation

Who Needs Checks & Balances?
Thatís what our politicians, left and right, seem to be saying as they take on the Election Commission, the SC, and now the President

Taliban-Ii More Lethal
Afghanistan continues to boil in the jihadi cauldron while Pakistan stokes the fire below ---- The upsurge in violence - partly conventional strikes, partly acts of terrorism - which one has been seeing in southern and eastern Afghanistan since the . . .

Pakistani Shot At In U.K. Raid
Incident triggers row over police methods

Nagpur: Ib Detected Terrorists
Communications operation enabled it to monitor the squad's movement Did not have enough details to make pre-emptive arrests Police have confirmed that the three killed were
Pakistan nationals

Who needs checks & balances?
Thatís what our politicians, left and right, seem to be saying as they take on the Election Commission, the SC, and now the President

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