What Is India News Service
Saturday, November 04,  2006


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                                                                                                        From, October 29, 2006 to November 04, 2006

Making Music Global

Sunny Viswanath has introduced Swedish and Australian voices to Malayalam film music.

Destiny's Child

Meera Jasmine, the accidental superstar, is happy with her work and herself.

Technocrats Have Let Down Agriculture

"Our system of agricultural research has not met the needs of the small farmer in dryland farming... "

Q&a:'there Should Be One Flat Corporate Tax Rate'

The UPA government has been accused of harassing individual taxpayers. Eminent tax consultant Praveen Agarwal speaks on the subject to The Times of India:

'Our Thrust Is On Regulated Markets'

Bangalore-based Strides Arcolab is one of India’s largest exporters of finished pharmaceuticals with operations in over 50 countries.

Q&a:'1857 Was Largest Uprising In Any European Empire'

As India is set to celebrate 150 years of the 1857 uprising, William Dalrymple's new book, The Last Mughal, tries to put into perspective hitherto unknown facts about the significant event. Dalrymple tells Meenakshi Kumar why the Mutiny was a . ..

Police Lack Modern Arms, Amenities

What is the current strength of our police force? The total sanctioned strength of our police force (civil and armed) is 1,496, 276. Given the size of our country, this means that there is only one policeman for every 716.83 people and he . . .

‘Indian Historians Seem To Be Writing For Each Other’

The Last Mughal: The Fall of a Dynasty, 1857 — a “reconciliation letter” to the city of Delhi, about which he first wrote in City of Djinns.

'The Grameen Bank Won It'

'We (Bangladesh) have taken many things from the world, now we have given something to the world, a model to build a poverty-free society.'

I Love Being A Pioneer. We Have Come To A Point Where Telecom Is On Autopilot. The Next Big Wave Is Farming’

Hello and welcome to Walk The Talk. I am Shekhar Gupta and what am I doing in a college called Arya College, Ludhiana? It is no IIT, IIM or St Stephens, Xaviers, Elphinstone or Loyola, but a small, modest college in smalltown Punjab in Ludhiana.

‘We Have The First-Mover Advantage'

Even as the big corporate houses roll out their retail foray, small and mid-rung players have begun consolidating. Mid-level chains like Vishal Mega Mart are targeting B and C class towns for expansion. Vishal recently announced the completion of . . .

Q&a: 'Blame Consumption Patterns For Water Crisis'

Rural India pays a heavy price to water urban India. This fact is brought out graphically in a film made by Sanjay Barnela of Moving Images, titled Village of Dust, City of Water. Barnela spoke to Narayani Ganesh in Bristol, at the Wildscreen . . .

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