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Saturday, September 16,  2006


 

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                                                                                                        From, September 10, 2006 to September 16, 2006

Stop Fooling Around With Your Life

How can I know my mind?

K. Chandrasekhar Rao

Telengana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) president K. Chandrasekhar Rao has once again brought the issue of separate Telengana centre stage. Soon after calling off his hunger strike in New Delhi on August 24, the TRS chief held a two-day brainstorming . . .

Trade Pacts: Why It’S A Big Deal

Does a trade agreement between India, Brazil and South Africa make economic sense?

'Bullish On Energy-Saving Devices'

The power-distribution equipment major, Havell, is currently exporting to over 51 countries and recently has also been very aggressive on diversification and acquisition fronts, both in India and abroad.

Before The Sentence, The Fine Print

Judge P.D. Kode, presiding over the Bombay blasts case, has asked several key accused to be present in court on Thursday. The options before him and answers to some questions the process of delivering the verdict has raised:

`System Has Become More Pervasive'

Interview with Martin Macwan, founder of Navsarjan.

Icai Is Not Averse To Opening Up Of The Accounting Sector'

The Indian CA is second to none and we will help our members gear up to face competition not only in the domestic turf but also abroad

Q&a: 'Archaeology Can Provide Continuous History'

Dilip K Chakrabarti is professor of South Asian Archaeology in Cambridge University. In New Delhi recently for the launch of his latest book, The Oxford Companion to Indian Archaeology, Chakrabarti speaks to Avijit Ghosh:

For Farmers, The Real Issue Is Access To Credit

Credit is the most important resource, which the rural populace lacks. The farmers we have spoken to do not have banks they can borrow from. Despite the priority sector lending of PSU banks, farmers are still borrowing from local moneylenders at . . .

Southern Railway On Off-Track Revenue-Generating Mode

"The Railway Minister Mr Lalu Yadav, has asked us to think of innovative ways to improve our income... We've also been asked to look out actively for commercial advertising... "

Khushwant Singh

What does this latest award mean to you? It means more than all the others because it comes from my own people. The fact that I’m receiving an award from Punjab even though I don’t write in Punjabi is something to celebrate.

India Is Too Modest About How It Can Play A Global Role As The World’S Largest Democracy’

Hello and welcome to Walk the Talk. Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, it’s a special privilege to have you on Walk the Talk, a rare appearance on Indian television.

Commercialisation Of Water Must Stop: Pandey

For Magsaysay Award winner Sandeep Pandey, Mahatma Gandhi’s statement that the earth has enough resources to take care of everyone’s needs but not enough to fulfill even one person’s greed forms the basis of his fight against cola majors — Coca-Cola . .

It’s Boom Time For Ceramic Tiles’

With the boom in construction, the ceramic tiles industry is seeing a quantum leap. Mr Ashok Kajaria, CMD, Kajaria Ceramics Ltd, the leading player in this field, to discuss the industry and its future. Excerpts from the talk:

Losing Lives To Find Coal

How disaster-prone are Indian coalmines? India has about 550 coalmines, including 485 mines of public sector monolith Coal India and its subsidiaries and captive mines of steel and power companies.

Q&a: 'Discipline Is Key To Consistency'

At 21, he has mastered the winning combination of skill and patience. For cue sports maestro Pankaj Advani, the last couple of years have been a roller-coaster ride, culminating in the Khel Ratna. He spoke to Manuja Veerappa of the importance of . . .

Ge India Sales Could Grow 73 Pct This Year

General Electric Co.'s Indian revenue could grow as much as 73 percent this year, a top executive for the media and industrial conglomerate said on Friday.

Losing Lives To Find Coal

Over the last 48 hours, all 50 miners trapped in a BCCL coalmine in Jharia, Dhanbad have been found dead. There are many reasons that add up to make our mines death traps, but what stands out is that public sector monopoly in our coalmines slows down . .

‘It’S Boom Time For Ceramic Tiles’

With the boom in construction, the ceramic tiles industry is seeing a quantum leap. Mr Ashok Kajaria, CMD, Kajaria Ceramics Ltd, the leading player in this field, to discuss the industry and its future. Excerpts from the talk:

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