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Saturday, May 06,  2006


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                                                                                                                   From, April 30, 2006 to May 06, 2006 

Government Confident Of 8 Pct Growth, Oil A Risk

The government is confident of sustaining 8 percent growth for many years but the recent rise in

global oil prices poses a major risk to Asia's third-largest economy, a top government official said on

Thursday. 

'Gandhi Is More Relevant Than Marx Today'

Historian Bipan Chandra, 77, is well known for his writings on Indian national movement and

communalism. He has recently co-edited, along with fellow historians Mridula Mukherjee and Aditya

Mukherjee, a 10-volume series on Modern Indian History . . . 

'A Clean River Brings People Together'

The Thames River in London was no cleaner than Delhi's Yamuna or Varanasi's Ganga. Thames21

helped change all that.This environmental charity has been mobilising thousands of volunteers every

year to clean up the river of industrial and household waste. 

`The Ldf Wants To Distribute Poverty'

Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy followed a different tack during the campaign by highlighting

development issues. 

Q&a: 'Bhasha Writers Are Closer To Indian Reality'

Krishna Sobti has enriched Hindi fiction with her path-breaking novels like Mitro Marjani and Ai Ladki.

Whether it's the theme of Partition or a mother-daughter relationship, Sobti has brought them alive

through her strikingly indivi-dual style of . . . 

'Bhasha Writers Are Closer To Indian Reality'

Krishna Sobti has enriched Hindi fiction with her path-breaking novels like Mitro Marjani and Ai Ladki.

Whether it's the theme of Partition or a mother-daughter relationship, Sobti has brought them alive

through her strikingly indivi-dual style of . . . 

"There Is A Fury Building Up Across The Country"

In this excerpt from a much longer interview, Arundhati Roy updates her essay on the Narmada

issue,The Greater Common Good, published in 1999 inFrontline. The interview was done byShoma

Chaudhuriover a period of several days, in person and on email. 

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