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Friday, March 30, 2007


 

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From March 24, 2007  to March 30, 2007

Upa Squanders Inheritance

As a community, economists tend to be only marginally less self-serving than NGO activists.

How Not To Deal With Pakistan

Manmohan Singh's appointment as Prime Minister in 2004 was welcomed internationally.

Tigers Sprout Wings

The air strike by the LTTE on a Sri Lankan military airbase has serious implications for the security of the region.

Soaring Pns

When it comes to protecting foreign investment through Participatory Notes (PNs), even national security takes a back seat.

Air Terror

Grim times ahead as a military-solution minded Sri Lankan government is faced with a desperate terrorist organisation that now has a proven air-strike capability and a demonstrated ability to hoodwink the intelligence agencies of many countries...

European Arms Tease

Amidst its rising economic and political clout in Europe, according to just released trade data for 2006, China has for the first time replaced the US as the largest exporter to the EU, and Beijing is pressing Brussels to lift the arms embargo in . . .

Centre Should Ponder Over The Irksome Fbt

On the 10th anniversary of what was billed the dream budget, the devil in the details continue to confound different sections of industry, not merely steel and cement manufacturers.

Sorry, It's Still India Shining

You might say I am nuts, but the best thing that could have happened to P. Chidambaram on budget day was a 600-point drop in the Sensex.

Upa Looks On As Ltte Flies High

As the dramatic use of air power by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam makes headlines, there is no reason to believe that New Delhi is surprised.

India And Iran: Crunch Time Ahead

On the proposed Iran-Pakistan-India gas pipeline, Washington has stated its position bluntly to New Delhi.

European Arms Tease

Amidst its rising economic and political clout in Europe, according to just released trade data for 2006, China has for the first time replaced the US as the largest exporter to the EU, and Beijing is pressing Brussels to lift the arms embargo in . . .

No Place To Hide As Nuclear Deal Enters Last Lap

The `123 agreement' is important not in order to facilitate nuclear imports from the U.S. but because it will form the template for changes to the Nuclear Suppliers Group guidelines.

Assault On The Judiciary

I picked up the thread on the suspension of Pakistan Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry at Lahore from the day when lawyers from all over the country assembled to take a procession from the High Court to the Punjab Assembly, a distance of one . . .

India For Keeping Future Test Out Of `123 Agreement'

Voluntary moratorium will not translate into legal commitment Talks on 123 agreement next week India will stress its right to reprocess spent fuel.

Murder In Arcadia

If over-kill and pig-headedness hadnít been the hallmarks of the CPI(M)ís re-conquest of Nandigram on March 14, conspiracy theorists may well have been justified in claiming that the incident was a diabolical ploy by the flat-earth society to . . .

IndiaíS Pakistan Moment

As Pakistan struggles to find a new direction for itself, India can lay out its own enduring interests across the border ó a democratic and modern Pakistan in harmony with its neighbours.  

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