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Saturday, December 02,  2006

The Indian Analyst


  Interview Articles


                                                                                                        From, November 26, 2006 to December 25, 2006

Aids: Silence Is Complicity

Noted Canadian diplomat, AIDS activist and women’s advocate Stephen Lewis will step down from his post as United Nations Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa in December, 2006.

"No Government Will Surrender To A Terrorist Leader"

Sri Lankan PresidentMahinda Rajapaksapulls no punches when speaking about the difficult situation in

his country. Excerpts from an interview toThe Hindu:

\Above The Mediocrities

Solo-theatre veteran Neil Titley discusses Oscar Wilde.

Q&a:'we're Against Terrorism, Not Tamils'

Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajapakse is closely associated with Dehradun's Human Rights Training Centre run by the Rural Litigation and Empowerment Kendra. Narayani Ganesh interacted with him in Mussoorie before his official visit to New Delhi:

'Our Partnership Can Go Beyond Jordan'

On the eve of his India visit, King Abdullah II of Jordan spoke about the Iraq conflict, Palestine and Indo-Jordan ties at Amman. Excerpts from the interview:

'China Cannot Be Contained'

Chinese ambassador to India talks on Indo-Chinese ties, and, of course, on his recent remarks regarding Arunachal Pradesh...

'I Want To Bring One Crore Acres Under Irrigation'

Steadfast in his commitment to agriculture, Andhra Pradesh CM tells Outlook about his plans to revive the sector.

Q&a: 'Don't Fear Islam, Fear The Dictator Behind The Flag'

The Nobel peace prize (2003) for Shireen Ebadi was widely seen as a move to transform the clash of civilisations into a dialogue. With Islam as a starting point, Ebadi campaigns for peaceful solutions to social ills.Human rights is a component of . . .

"The Answer To The Nuclear Issue Is More Democracy"

Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2003,Shirin Ebadiis a prominent lawyer and human rights activist within her country, Iran, as well as an advocate for human rights around the world. In an exclusive interview to The Hindu, she spoke about the . . .

It’s Like The Principal Has Called All Of Us Up And Said ‘Now Get On With It’... In The Long Run

We Are Blessed’

Hello and welcome to Walk the Talk. I am Shekhar Gupta and my guest today is Shiela Dikshit — the most embattled chief minister in the country? With elections still two years away, Shielaji...

The Rhythm Of Words

Neelam Patel combines a dancer's grace with a poet's artistry to bring her words to life.

Musical Journey With A Camera

Many of his images are still clearly etched in collective memory. A freewheeling chat with ace photographer Raghu Rai.

Q&a: 'I Have Lived Two Lives In One Lifetime'

For eight years, Rashmila Shakya , now 23, was Kathmandu's 'Kumari' or 'Virgin Goddess', the embodiment of an ancient tradition in Nepal.

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