What Is India News Service
Saturday, September 02,  2006


  Interview Articles


                                                                                                        From, August 27, 2006 to September 02, 2006

Q&a: 'Quotas For Women Could Lead To Resentment'

Anu Aga is the former chair-person of Thermax. She is currently a director on the Thermax board. She took over the reins of the company as chairperson in 1996 and took it to greater heights before stepping down as chairperson in 2004 and handing . . . 

Mindtree Eyes $70 Mln Ipo In Early 2007

Venture capital-funded MindTree Consulting, an Indian mid-sized software services exporter, expects to raise about $70 million through a local initial public offering early next year, its top official said. 

Sumith Nakandala, Former Sri Lankan Deputy High Commissioner

Interview with Sumith Nakandala, former Deputy High Commissioner of Sri Lanka. 

Urban Infrastructure The Focus Area: Rupen Patel

Niche, infrastructure-focused construction company, Patel Engineering (PEL) has been associated with the construction of more than 22% of hydropower projects in the country. 

Azad Ready For Talks With Hizb, Not Lashkar

Chief MinisterGhulam Nabi Azadsays it will take a lot of time to rescue Jammu and Kashmir from the vested interests that have become entrenched. Excerpts from an interview: 

"There Cannot Be A Black To White Evolution In Nepal"

The country faces the twin challenges of bringing into the political mainstream the left-wing Maoists and keeping in check a right-wing monarch, according toKanak Mani Dixit, Editor ofHimal, who was in the forefront of the pro-democracy struggle. 

`Irrigation, The Key'

Interview with Dr. B.L. Mungekar, member, Planning Commission. 

'Notings Are The Soul Of A File'

B.N. Yugandhar is a member of the Planning Commission, and a retired IAS officer who has served as secretary to the prime minister, secretary, rural development, and director of . . . 

‘The Middle Way Is A Pragmatic Approach’

Beijing can no longer afford to ignore the issue of Tibet. We are confident that it will be resolved, if not in this decade, maybe in the next few decades. 

'A Silent Revolution'

'We have around 2,50,000 elected panchayats in the country, for which more than 32 lakh elected representatives (more than the population of Norway) are working. Out of these 12 lakh elected representatives are women...' 

Q&a: 'Make Supply Of Arms To Non-State Actors Illegal'

Every year, 5,00,000 people are killed in gun violence across the world. Eighty per cent of the victims are women and children. 

Interview - Hyundai Wants Quarter Of India Market In '08

Hyundai Motor Co. expects its sales in India to reach 300,000 units in 2008, the head of its Indian operations said on Friday, indicating a market share target of 25 percent. 

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