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Saturday, June 10,  2006

The Indian Analyst


  Interview Articles


                                                                                                                   From, June 04, 2006 to June 10, 2006 

Interview:s.K.Jain, Chairman, Npcil

When the third reactor at Tarapur went critical, you announced that India's target was to generate

40,000 MWe of nuclear power by 2030.

West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee

Interview with West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee.

'I Am Not Trembling'

In the second part of an exclusive interview with rediff.com Deputy Managing Editor Ramananda

Sengupta and Nikhil Lakshman, the commander of America's Pacific Fleet Admiral Gary Roughead

looks at the role of the Indian and American navies in . . .

'Maoists Must Abandon Violence'

'We support the peace efforts of the Government of Nepal and the Maoists and we believe that

Maoists must abandon violence and must accept the discipline of multiparty democracy to enter the

mainstream of politics in Nepal'

"Indo-Israel Ties Should Not Be At The Expense Of Palestinians"

Saddled with running abankrupt Palestinian Authority, the Hamas PM faces pressure from the Israeli

President's call for a referendum on the right of Israel to exist alongside Palestine.

'A Dangerous Trend'

'Do not forget that student wing of Congress party, the NSUI has also opposed Fanaa in Gujarat and

my petition also includes that,' argues the outspoken film director, reiterating also that 'it is wrong

and illogical for the states to ban Da Vinci . . .

Axe Effect

Junoon guitarist Salman Ahmad was in town promoting his new album, Infiniti and answered some

leading questions on life, music and the space between

Q&k: 'We'll Involve Ltte In Drafting New Constitution'

Palitha Kohona is Colombo's man to negotiate peace with the LTTE. Head of the peace secretariat

set up by President Mahinda Rajapakse, Kohona is optimistic that Tamil Tigers will respond positively

to Sri Lankan government's decision to draft a new . . .

U.N. Risks Shutdown Over U.S. Budget Cap - Tharoor

The United Nations faces a potential shutdown in which the Security Council could not meet and

peacekeepers around the world would be left adrift if the United States and Japan carry out a threat

to withhold funds, a top U.N. official said on Tuesday.

`Margin-Trading Did Not Cause The Crisis'

SANE voices are hard to hear in the cacophony of the markets.

`Capital Markets A Private Club'

IT is rare to find a market insider who has a cautionary tale to tell during the height of a boom.

Prithvi Haldea, managing director of Prime Database, which tracks the initial public offers (IPO)

market, is one such voice.

'I Am Not Trembling'

In the second part of an exclusive interview with rediff.com Deputy Managing Editor Ramananda

Sengupta and Nikhil Lakshman, the commander of America's Pacific Fleet Admiral Gary Roughead

looks at the role of the Indian and American navies in . . .

'Your Navy Is World Class'

Admiral Gary Roughead heads the world's largest combined fleet command, covering 102 million

square miles and more than 190 ships and submarines, 1,400 aircraft, 191,000 sailors and Marines

and 30,000 civilians.

Q&a: 'Srinagar Meet Was India Talking To India'

The Hurriyat Conference led by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq refused to attend the recent second round-

able in Srinagar, describing it an ill-timed seminar. The Mirwaiz explains to Aditi why the Hurri-yat

chose to stay away from the gathering and its roadmap . . .

'Priyaranjan Dasmunshi Has Set A Bad Precedent By Viewing The Film'

From a call to hold back its release to granting an adult certification, with a prominent disclaimer

that it was a work of fiction, it was the I&B ministry which took all the decisions. The Censor Board

chairperson on the parallel body.

Tds On Interest Under Senior Citizen Savings Scheme

Ministry's clarification requires to be dropped as it serves no purpose and only adds to the burden of

post offices and banks The limit of Rs. 5,000 itself is abnormally low requiring tax deduction in most

cases with the least likelihood of . . .

'Nobody Pointed This Out In Nusrat's Case'

Among Bollywood's highest-paid composers, he laughs off criticism. The box office tots up his

success more surely than reviewers.

'There Are Ways To Integrate'

The high-profile designer seems low-key except for the latest mobile telephones he juggles during

the meeting in Rome where he talked about his plans.

"We Have To Give Importance To People's Issues"

Somnath Chatterjeeon the experiences of his two years as Speaker of the Lok Sabha.

Poetry Of The Nitty-Gritty

Australian novelist, essayist and short-story writer Delia Falconer goes back into the past to find

subjects for her books.

Life And Times Of A Serial Novelist

Alexander McCall Smith admits that it is tough balancing the demands of being an accidental writer.

Talks On Siachen Not Dialogue Of The Deaf: Pak Defence Secy

Pakistan Defence Secretary Lt-Gen Tariq Waseem Ghazi (retd) visited New Delhi for the tenth round

of Defence Secretary-level India-Pakistan talks on Siachen and Sir Creek. He agreed for an interview

but could not find time. On his return to Islamabad . .

Cultivate Creativity

`Through my art I want to work towards peace,' says theatre actor Salim Shah. Theatre is not dead

yet. Every time oxygen is in short supply, it has been supplied.

There Is A Very Deep-Rooted Prejudice"

 Anuradha Mohit, National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) Special Rapporteur on Disability, says

the academic sector has been the most insensitive in affirmative action for the disabled.

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