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Saturday, November 25,  2006


  Interview Articles


                                                                                                        From, November 19, 2006 to November 25, 2006

Return Of The Composer

Veteran music composer Pyarelal is back with some mellifluous numbers in "Mr. Gharib" releasing shortly.

`For China, Monetary Policy Autonomy Is Vital To Further Reforms'

China needs exchange rate flexibility rather than a revaluation, because they need monetary policy autonomy.

Elamaram Kareem, Minister For Industries

Interview with Elamaram Kareem, Minister for Industries.

Why Was West Bengal Singled Out?

Interview with Prakash Karat, CPI(M) general secretary.

Q&a: Crafts As Means To Economic, Spiritual Freedom

Deep in the arid reaches of Kutch, thousands of women embroiderers are ushering the vibrant colours of their folk craft into their once monochromatic lives.

Arbitration Can Be Better Value For Money

Flexibility of procedure, enforceability of awards, privacy and neutrality are some of the reasons why organisations are choosing international arbitration over litigation.

'No System To Absorb Wind Energy'

The spurt in crude oil prices has led to a scramble for sustainable energy. Wind and solar energy are the obvious sources that can help reduce the dependence on hydrocarbons.

Thermonuclear Way Out Of Crisis

ITER is the acronym for International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor. The project seeks to harness new sources of energy based on nuclear fusion.

Shyamal Chakraborty, President, Citu

Interview with Shyamal Chakraborty, president, CITU, West Bengal.

Bangladesh Rues Unrest In Universities

Conditions in Bangladesh are ripe for growth. It can be much greater than the present 6 per cent, easily 8-9 per cent, but for the corruption and misgovernance.

Hindi Chini Fta?

With Chinese president Hu Jintao in India, discussion on a free trade agreement between India and China is with us again. But does an FTA between these two countries carry clear economic gains for India, given that Indian exports to China already . . .

Let's Await The Final U.S. Bill: Pranab

Pranab Mukherjeeis back as External Affairs Minister after a gap of some 10 years. Besides the civilian nuclear deal with the United States, he speaks of addressing problems in the near and extended neighbourhood. Excerpts from an interview he gave . . .

‘India Is The Engine Room Of Globalising Economies’

India is a diversified country, multi-cultural and secular, that is opening up to the world today. Netherlands would like to be a part of this process and has to be a part of it and want to be a part of it.

Q&a: 'Wind Power Will Emerge The Clear Winner'

As the world's fourth largest gene-rator of wind power, India is aiming to take the lead in components export. Anil S Kane , who heads both the world and Indian wind energy associations, tells Narayani Ganesh on the sidelines of the global fifth . . .

We Are Still Here Five Years On... And A Lot Of People Who Had Guns Are Parliamentarians’

On November 13, 2001, troops of the Northern Alliance swept into Kabul. Five years after that day of liberation, President Hamid Karzai talks to Shekhar Gupta, Editor-in-Chief, The Indian Express in the Afghan capital, on NDTV’s Walk the Talk programme.

Q&a: How Air-India Bombers Got Away With Murder

When the Air-India Kanishka flight from Toronto to Delhi was blown up mid-air in June 1985, killing 329 passengers, Vancouver Sun journalist Kim Bolan knew whose handiwork it was, because she was covering the pro-Khalistan violence at that time.

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