What Is India News Service
Saturday, July 29,  2006


  Interview Articles


                                                                                                                   From, July 23, 2006 to July 29, 2006 

Q&a: Options Against Pakistan

Is hot pursuit an option? Targeted killings of jihadi terrorist leaders? Air strikes on training camps in Pakistan? US and Israel models? Why does US not act on evidence against Pakistan? And many more questions - is cover action the only practical . . . 

Bpos Located At Home Are Ideal

Genpact topped Nasscom’s list of Indian BPO firms with a turnover of just under $500 million in 2005-06. Pramod Bhasin, president and CEO, spoke to Business Standard on the exciting road ahead. Excerpts:

‘This Secret Will Perish Along With Me’

Tell me of your experience in dealing with (Bill) Clinton. 

"Safeguards, End To U.S. Restrictions Must Be Interlocking Actions"

M.R. Srinivasan, member of the Atomic Energy Commission, spells out his worries about new conditions being imposed on India by the U.S. Congress in its draft law authorising the resumption of civilian nuclear cooperation. Excerpts from an interview: 

‘The Past And The Future Are For The Present’

Dr David Passig doesn’t need to gaze into a crystal ball to see the writing on the wall: for he believes in the power of future time, drawing wisdom from the past, applying it to the future and bringing all of that back to the present. 

'Air Traffic Between Small Cities To Take Off'

Paramount Airways is out to disprove that low-cost airlines have to compromise luxury. It's doing so by eliminating the divide between business and economy classes at a price that is less than the economy class fare. Paramount managing director . . . 

'The West Is Developing Cold Feet'

The commerce and industry minister had made clear his opposition to the USA's refusal to offer more cuts in farm subsidies before he set out for the Doha round of trade talks that got suspended on Monday, 24/7 for that very reason. The line was clear. . . 

‘We May Not Mess With The Winning Formula’

Kalpish Ratna isn’t the name of one person, but of two who write like one soul. 

Ranbaxy, On Buying Spree, Eyes U.S.

Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd., which has been on a European buying spree, is also eyeing U.S. acquisitions as it seeks to become one of the five largest generic manufacturers within six years. 

'We Want India To Play A Major Role In Talks'
Though perceived as a Sinhala nationalist, Sri Lanka's fifth president, Mahinda Rajapakse — the first from outside the Bandaranaike family — says he is a Sri Lankan seeking peaceful coexistence among Sinhalese, Tamils, Muslims and other communities . . . 

A Conversation With Ben Bernanke

Here is a tongue-in-cheek, fictional conversation with the Federal Reserve chairman . 

‘The Only Time I’ve Slept Badly In My Life Was In Gujarat. Just . . .

‘The only time I’ve slept badly in my life was in Gujarat. Just hearing the descriptions. Never before, never after’ 

Leader In All Services

Interview with A.K. Sinha, Chairman and Managing Director. 

'1998 N-Tests Turning Point In Indo-Us Ties'

Noted US strategic expert Ashley J Tellis has termed the May 1998 Pokhran nuclear tests conducted by India as the turning point for consolidating New Delhi's position on the global stage as also its relations with Washington. 

Art Connects People And Builds Bridges, Says Muzaffar Ali

Muzaffa ali, an ardent Sufi, director and designer, is back in action. 

What Has Israel Achieved?

'Israel has attacked its neighbours many times after it was struck by violence, but it has provided no solution, instead it has led to escalation of tension in the region. All options must be looked into after Mumbai blasts, but we have to be . . . 

Q&a: 'Fight For More Chances For Different Cinemas, Voices'

One of Hong Kong's most stylish and inventive directors Stanley Kwan is known for several memorable movies: Everlasting Regret, Lan Yu, Centre Stage and more. The 48-year-old director, in the capital for the 8th Osian's Cinefan festival where six . . . 

'We Are Focusing On Kfc Now'

Yum! Restaurants International is the world’s second largest quick service food retailer. Its fast food brand Pizza Hut is perhaps the largest sit-down quick service restaurant chain in India. 

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