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Saturday, June 17,  2006


 

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                                                                                                                   From, June 11, 2006 to June 17, 2006 

Right Fuel Pricing Is The Only Way To Efficiency'

Though India has not been as gluttonous in fuel as some developed countries, our energy efficiency

is far from satisfactory. Because of political pressure, by not pricing fuel correctly, our efficiencies

have suffered.

Iriver Maker, Microsoft Join Forces To Challenge Ipod

South Korea's digital audio player maker Reigncom Ltd is teaming up with Microsoft Corp. and MTV to

hallenge Apple Computer Inc.'s iPod.

Rich States Hold Key To Wto Industry Deal - India

Rich nations hold the key to a World Trade Organisation (WTO) deal on industrial goods, India's lead

negotiator said on Thursday, rejecting calls for the developing states to move first.

'Illegal Workforce Is Important In Us'

David Randolph is Border Coordination Officer, Arizona-Mexico Commission, an organisation attached

to the government of Arizona. Arizona's population of illegal migrants, at six million,accounts for half

the estimated population of undocumented . . .

`Jobs Aplenty For Chemical Engineering Graduates'

Q& A /ENGINEERING

Q&a: 'Illegal Workforce Is Important In Us'

David Randolph is Border Coordination Officer, Arizona-Mexico Commission, an organisation attached

to the government of Arizona. Arizona's population of illegal migrants, at six million,accounts for half

the estimated population of undocumented . . .

'The Indo-Us Nuclear Deal Can't Be Justified'

Iran's permanent representative to the IAEA on India's vote and their own stand-off with the United

States which in turn is clouding the Indo-US nuclear agreement.

'Mahajan Made Me? I Was Driving A Merc When He Had Nothing...'

He's the infamous 'tentwallah' referred to in several newspaper columns. He says he's not a Mahajan

creation.

'Endorse, Reinforce N-Deal'

Michael A Levi is the lead author of US-India Nuclear Cooperation: A Strategy Moving Forward, a

Council On Foreign Relations report, which could define the fate of the India-US nuclear deal now

being debated in the US Congress.

'Dalits Have Not Benefited From Quotas'

Professor P Radhakrishnan of the Madras Institute of Development Studies is a well-known social

scientist. Some of the key areas of his research include affirmative action; agrarian problems;

backward classes and reservations; backward class . . .

'The Bjp Is Not Distancing Itself From The Mahajan Family'

Former Maharashtra deputy CM and Pramod Mahajan's brother-in-law has moved out of 7 Safdarjang

 Road into Delhi's Hyatt Regency hotel, from where he has begun the tough battle to save his

nephew.

'Muslim Groups Feel We Practise What We Preach'

Jan Morcha, a newly constituted front of various political outfits with the patronage of former prime

minister V P Singh, has given a new lease of life to Raj Babbar's political career.

'The Bjp Is Not Distancing Itself From The Mahajan Family'

Former Maharashtra deputy CM and Pramod Mahajan's brother-in-law has moved out of 7 Safdarjang

Road into Delhi's Hyatt Regency hotel, from where he has begun the tough battle to save his

nephew.

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

Saddled with running a bankrupt 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.

'The Indo-Us Nuclear Deal Can't Be Justified'

Iran's permanent representative to the IAEA on India's vote and their own stand-off with the United

States which in turn is clouding the Indo-US nuclear agreement.

'The Bjp Is Not Distancing Itself From The Mahajan Family'

Former Maharashtra deputy CM and Pramod Mahajan's brother-in-law has moved out of 7 Safdarjang

Road into Delhi's Hyatt Regency hotel, from where he has begun the tough battle to save his

nephew.

Q&a: 30-40 Per Cent Air Travellers Are First-Timers

It's been three years since Air Deccan, India's first low-cost airline, was launched and changed the

face of Indian aviation. Thousands of people who probably never imagined that they could travel by

air are today's frequent fliers.  

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