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Saturday, July 01,  2006


  Interview Articles


                                                                                                                   From, June 25, 2006 to July 01, 2006 

'Booming Us Economy Has Pushed Up Wages'

Michael Shelton is manager of Phoenix's international business development office. Phoenix is the

capital of Arizona, the state which receives the highest influx of migrants from the Mexican border.

Shelton speaks about US economy and globalisation . . .

"We Have To Reconstruct Our Society"

Afghanistan's Urban Development Minister on the challenges his country faces.

Q&a:'law For Quotas In Corporate Sector Will Not Work'

The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), a representative body of industrialists, has set up a task

force to suggest a roadmap for affirmative action in the private sector. CII president R Seshasayee

explains to Rupali Mukherjee India Inc's views . . .

Rowling "Feeling Sad" As Potter Saga Nears End

Author JK Rowling confessed on Sunday she was feeling sad that her days penning the Harry Potter

books were almost over.

"We Are Trying To Find An Alternative Path For Our Own Development"

The Left Front in West Bengal entered its 30th year in power on June 21. In an interview to The

Hindu, Chief MinisterBuddhadeb Bhattacharjeespeaks of the changing perspectives over the last

three decades, the new Left alternative being considered . . .

'Now Duets Are Sung Alone'

The Dada Saheb Phalke award winner whose six-decade-long career shows no signs fading, on the

changing world of Hindi film music, the new trends and the old memories

Now Duets Are Sung Alone'

At 72, Asha Bhonsle's popularity in the world of playback singing is unprecedented.

'Lyrics Today Aren't Poetry, Just Bad Prose'

One of Bollywood's last active links with its golden era, the veteran lyricist shares his unique musical

insight and sense of history in a freewheeling conversation

Challenges Before A Public Broadcaster

Interview with K.S. Sarma, Chief Executive Officer of Prasar Bharati.

Quotas For Obcs Need-Based, Says Veerappa Moily

As the Chairperson of the Oversight Committee set up by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, M.

Veerappa Moily says his task is to find the means for the proper and practical . . .

'Earthquake Has Brought The Two Kashmirs Closer'

John McDonald, a former ambas-sador, is chairman, Institute of Multi-track Diplomacy, and an active

participant in peace building between India and Pakistan on the Kashmir issue. A consultant on

conflict resolution and negotiation, he stresses the . . .

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