What Is India News Service
Saturday, July 22,  2006


  Interview Articles


                                                                                                                   From, July 16, 2006 to July 22, 2006 

Bjp Should Have Allowed Reddy To Speak: Cm

The spotlight is on Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy. Every word and action of his is being watched.

‘Dare Is Constantly Exploring Emerging Technologies’

Mr R P Ramalingam, Director, the Defence Avionics Research Establishment (DARE), Bangalore, speaks to Deccan Herald:

Q&a: 'Colombo Is Procuring Weapons From Pakistan'

Sri Lanka is on the brink of civil war. R Sampanthan, secretary-general of Tamil United Liberation Front (TULF), which is Lanka's oldest Tamil political party and now a member of the pro-LTTE Tamil National Alliance, indicates that the peace talks . . .

Getting Indians Out Of Lebanon

The MEA on what it is doing to help evacuate Indians out of the war-torn country, on compensatory funds the victims of the Gulf War 1990-1991 and on Richard Boucher.

Brand Prahlad: Now Acting Too

It's time for the ad world to wake up to social responsibility, says Prahlad Kakkar.

Q&a: 'Women Made Anti-King Protests Successful'

Women, despite playing a major role in the democracy movement in Nepal, have been excluded from all decision-making proces-ses.

‘Plantation Sector Has Been Neglected’

Jairam Ramesh, Union Minister of State for Commerce, is of the view that the plantation sector has been neglected for a long time and that is necessary to set up a separate department to look into the problems even as the UPA government is trying to . . .

India Is On A Roll And People Are Betting On It'

India has done well. Earlier there was a feeling that it had political instability; governments come and change policies. Now there is conviction that whatever the government in power, economic reforms go on.  

Naseeruddin Shah

After over thirty years of acting, both on stage and on screen—from the severest art to the silliest commercial cinema—the maestro now dons the hat of a director with the film Yun Hota To Kya Hota.

'Entrepreneurs Are Born And Made'

National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN) is a non-profit organisation working to facilitate entrepreneurship education in India by partnering with top-tier academic institutes. Laura Parkin, executive director, National Entrepreneurship Network & . . .

I Have No Interest In Becoming Prime Minister: V.P. Singh

In politics, yet out of it. That isV.P. Singhat 75. In an interview, he talks about his newest baby, the Jan Dal, and sketches out the ideal situation at the Centre — two coalitions, led by the Congress and the Left respectively, occupying both . . .

`Gst Promises To Have A Positive Impact On All Stakeholders'

It is fair to suggest that India will be in a position to implement the GST on a national basis by April 2010. Indeed, given the present state of readiness, it would have been possible to target an even earlier introduction of the GST. . . .

'Crack Down And Destroy'

'We have been active in destroying many terror modules and cells in the last few months. But the time has come for us to crack down and destroy all these anti-national elements. We will leave no stone unturned in ensuring that terrorist elements . . .

Sudden Warmth At St Petersburg

The G8 discusses energy security this weekend. Here’s how it could affect temperature readings outside your home.

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