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Saturday, May 27,  2006


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                                                                                                                   From, May 21, 2006 to May 27, 2006 

`We Are Happy But Not Complacent'

I am extremely happy that we have got a two-thirds majority, with more votes and more seats.

India Upbeat On U.S. Nuclear Deal After Talks

India said on Thursday that it was confident U.S. laws could be changed soon to allow a landmark nuclear deal between the two countries to come into force. 

Sri Lanka Wants Gulf Arabs To Ban Tamil Rebels

Sri Lanka said on Wednesday it wants Gulf Arab states to ban Tamil Tiger rebels and starve them of funds by cracking down on members who force Tamil expatriates in the region to chip in for its activities. 

Q&a: 'There's Lack Of Knowledge About Muslims In Uk'

Lahore-born Rabia Malik works as Minority Ethnic Services consultant in a National Health Service clinic in London. A trained social psychologist, she also works on cultural and religious therapeutic interventions. Rabia spoke to Narayani Ganesh when . . 

"The Platform Approach To Product Development Is Important To Intel"

Paul Otellini, president and CEO of the world's biggest computer chip maker and PC technology player, is in India. In an e-mail interview toThe Hindu, he shares his vision of where silicon chip technology is headed; the alternatives being explored . . . 

Q&a: 'Competition Law Is Essential For A Free Market'

Richard Whish of King's College London is an expert on competition law, a critical aspect of economic reforms where India is lagging. He met Manoj Mitta when he was in New Delhi for a conference: 

U.S. Said Flexible On India Nuclear Deal

The Bush administration is willing to consider changes in its legislative proposal to win congressional approval of a controversial U.S.-India nuclear energy cooperation accord, Assistant Secretary of State Richard Boucher said on Monday. 

 'Kashmir Has Given Space For Women's Spirituality'

Qurrat-ul-ain, 56, is a writer and political commentator working with Athwaas, a peace and reconciliation initiative in Kashmir. Her recent visit to Mecca created a stir as she went without a male escort. She tells Ashima Kaul that the journey has . . .

Q&a:'kashmir Has Given Space For Women's Spirituality'

Qurrat-ul-ain, 56, is a writer and political commentator working with Athwaas, a peace and reconciliation initiative in Kashmir. Her recent visit to Mecca created a stir as she went without a male escort. 

"Even In A Running Race, The Handicapped Are Given Concessions"

Thanks to Tamil Nadu's longstanding reservation policies, the backward and the most backward classes have progressed a good deal in education and jobs. "What is wrong if we desire that the situation that prevails in Tamil Nadu should be there all . . .

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