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Saturday, January 28,  2006


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 From January 17, 2006 to January 27, 2006 

‘India Sends Out Wrong Signals’

Documentation Centre (SAHDRC) on Indian migrant workers in Saudi Arabia says that Noushad’s case is just the tip of the iceberg. in Saudi Arabia. 

India Has Hard Choices On U.S. Nuclear Deal - Rice

India has "difficult choices" to make on a controversial civil nuclear cooperation agreement with the United States before the deal can be completed, U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said on Thursday.

"The Real Threat Is From Imperial Fundamentalism"

Writer and political activistTariq Alidescribes himself as a "person of the Left." In a recent interview in Kolkata, he talked about his concerns over an Asia which is "politically undetermined and economically over-determined," . . .

Envoy Says Sri Lanka Peace Needs Patience

Sri Lanka's peace process is back on track but patience is sorely needed and will be key to any success, Norwegian envoy Erik Solheim said on Thursday after the government and Tamil Tiger rebels agreed to meet for talks.

"The Bird On The Book Does Mean Something"

Penguin's chief executive on the future of the book publishing industry and his company's plans for India and elsewhere.

"Globalisation Does Not Mean You Have No Political Choices"

Sir Howard Davies, Director, the London School of Economics and Political Science, believes that, despite all its imperfections, globalisation is the "least bad" way to organise economic life.

"We Are Seeing The Renaissance Of Asia Led By China And By India"

Singapore remains committed to its Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement with India, says Senior Minister and former Prime MinisterGoh Chok Tong.In an interview in Singapore before his departure for India to attend the Partnership Summit . . .

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