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Saturday, January 27,  200


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                                                                                                                   From, January 21, 2007 to January 27, 2007 

`Positive Impact Of Vat Appeared Sooner Than Was Expected'

It is time to embark on a conscious programme of fiscal conservatism at the level of the States and evaluate the marginal benefits of additional expenditure before sanctioning new projects.

India And China Are Key To Peace In Asia

Singapore's Foreign MinisterGeorge Yeois no stranger to India. Trade between the two countries, estimated at $10 billion in 2005, is booming and bilateral relations have never been better.

Q&a: 'Humans Have The Responsibility To Protect Habitats'

Jane Goodall, renowned primatolo-gist and conservationist, is convinced that it’s vital to empower women to end poverty and realise the ideal of sustainable development.

‘If Foreign Investors Have To Come, They Must Have Confidence. Disputes Must Not Be Pending For Years’

In the second part of his interview with The Indian Express Editor-in-Chief, Shekhar Gupta, on NDTV 24/7’s Walk the Talk programme, former Chief Justice of India Y.K. Sabharwal talks about the increasing number of political disputes before the court, . .

‘Interpretation Of Law Is Something That Rests Only And Only With The Judiciary And None Else’

Former Chief Justice of India Y.K. Sabharwal will be remembered most for the judgments on Parliament being within its rights to expel MPs and on the Ninth Schedule, both having defining importance in a vibrant democracy.

'We Are Not Afraid Of Competition'

Ahead of his meetings with defence minister A K Antony, external affairs minister Pranab Mukherjee and national security advisor M K Narayanan on Wednesday, Russian Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister Sergei Ivanov spoke exclusively with TOI.

Building Blocks, Binding Terms

We are the owners of around 700 square yards given for development on a 60/40 basis (60% belongs to builder and 40% belongs to us).

Interview: Ram Vilas Paswan,

Excited about the prospects of the domestic steel industry, Union Steel Minister Ram Vilas Paswan believes that the good days are here to stay.

It Is Always A Noble Idea To Simplify Tax Laws

The existence of many exemption provisions by itself should not be a cause for complexity for the taxpayer or revenue leakage.

Interview: R.S. Pandey, Secretary, Department Of Steel

R.S. PANDEY sees a bright future for the steel industry in India provided, of course, the iron ore mining policy to be announced by the government soon acts as a catalyst for growth. He discusses the industry's problems and prospects in an interview.

Q&a: National Theatre Has Lost Meaning

The Bharat Rang Mahotsav, organised by the National School of Drama, New Delhi, introduces global trends to performers and audiences here. Amal Allana, chairperson of the NSD, spoke to Amrith Lal:  

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