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Saturday, April 15,  2006


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                                                                                                                   From, April 09, 2006 to April 15, 2006 

Muslims Must Pursue Modern Education'

"Unless we develop a modern outlook skewed towards scientific education, there is no future for us." 

"Cooperation And Conflict Co-Exist"

One year after assuming charge as general secretary of the Communist Party of India

(Marxist),Prakash Karatdiscusses the Left's relationship with the United Progressive Alliance

Government at the Centre and the prospects for a third alternative . . .

Mayawati: "No Promises, No Manifesto, Only Performance"

From a negatively perceived champion of narrow caste interests to a confident, self-assured leader

of all communities,Mayawatihas transformed beyond recognition. Today, all eyes are on her to see if the Bahujan Samaj Party can reach the finish . . . 

It May Not Make A Difference In Bihar'

"Talks about IT, for example, is for the consumption of some people... My understanding of the Bihar

economy is such that these things will not make much difference." 

`Pragmatism, Not Opportunism'

The firebrand politician and orator from Kallingipatti, in southern Tamil Nadu, has raised another

storm this time by shifting his alliance from the DMK to the AIADMK. In this interview with S. Vijay

Kumar, in Karur recently, Vaiko not only . . . 

'Our Embassies Should Look After Expat Labour'

His grooming as a trade union leader in Kerala should help Vayalar Ravi in his current assignment as

Union overseas affairs minister. 

Left To Review Govt Support After Polls

The Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI-M) on Friday said it would review its support for the

government after state elections are out of the way next month. 

"Cyprus Welcomes Nuclear Deal Between India And The U.S."

Cyprus PresidentTassos Papadopoulosbelieves it is time to rekindle Nicosia's traditionally strong

bonds with New Delhi. Mr. Papadopoulos, who arrives in India on Tuesday, believes Cyprus needs to

focus more on Asia. Excerpts from an exclusive . . . 

Left To Review Govt Support After Polls

The Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI-M) on Friday said it would review its support for the

government after state elections are out of the way next month. 

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