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aturday March 10, 2007


 

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                                                                                                                   From, March 04, 2007 to March 10, 2007 

Q&a: 'Celebrate Female Gaze, Don't Feel Handicapped By It'

Film-maker Aparna Sen talks to The Times of India about cinema and the role of gender:

Band It Together With A Zing

Band members of Joshilay reveal that success has given them creative leeway.

In Full Flight

Guru Munna Shukla, who just received the SNA Award, on his career and the dharma of his art.

Double Century

There are two Hemanths in Kannada entertainment industry. One is a singer and the other is a music director.

'Celebrate Female Gaze, Don't Feel Handicapped By It'

Film-maker Aparna Sen talks to The Times of India about cinema and the role of gender:

"Don't Destabilise Or Create Uncertainty On The Ipr Regime"

Dilip G. Shah, Secretary-General of the Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance who has had 40 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry, answers questions on what type of pharmaceutical products should be eligible for patents in India; innovation . . .

Budget Has Little For Corporate Restructuring

Fiscal policy can definitely give a direction to the M&A process through constant appraisal in the light of corporate practices in changing times.

‘We Live In An A-Polar World... There Are A Lot Of Poles Coming Up — Europe, India, China’

Theo Sommer is often hailed as the doyen of German liberals. With his long career in journalism and engagement with issues facing his country, his is seen to be the voice of a forward-looking Germany.

God: Generator, Operator, Destructor

Revered by millions of people around the world for spreading love, peace, joy and compassion, spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, after a long interregnum, was in Patna from February 21 to 24 on the occasion of the silver jubilee celebration of . . .

We Need Quality Standards In Plant-Based Drugs

The modern pharma industry is stuck with a dry pipeline and plant-based medicines are good alternatives.

Greenpeace Is Not An Anti-Corporate Body

Even the biggest corporates wince ever so slightly at the mention of Greenpeace. For, this international NGO has focused on their lack of concern for the environment.

Interview: Mulayam Singh Yadav

Mulayam Singh Yadav's wrestling skills are often recalled by Samajwadi Party (S.P.) activists when he and the party face political crises.

Gloria Steinem

The feminist journalist is in India to address the South Asian Women Writers' Colloquium.

‘Many Of Its Problems Can Be Addressed If We Change The Way Globalisation Is Managed’

Economist and writer Joseph Stiglitz, who won the Nobel prize in 2001, has been a keen observer of globalisation, a phenomenon India is coming to terms with and benefiting from.

Impact On Individual Taxation

What is the effect of the budget on taxation of individuals/Hindu Undivided Families?

‘I Want The Refugees To Come Back’

The following are the extracts from the interview H K Dua, Editor-in-Chief of The Tribune, had with Mr Mahinda Rajapaksa, President of Sri Lanka in Colombo:

Ceasefire Is Only On Paper, Says Rajapaksa

President Mahendra Mahinda Rajapaksa is a hard-boiled southern politician who has fought his way through Sri Lanka’s politics dominated for years by the Colombo elite.

Living With A Colonial Burden

Ira Pande on her mother Shivani who was instinctively writing about gender issues much before they became self-conscious territories, and the plight of bhasha writers today.

'Engage Consumers Emotionally'

He calls himself an unashamed designer of shops. The CEO of one of the world’s best known design agencies, Fitch, UK Rodney Fitch , was in India recently.

Old Goa Findings Hold Great Significance

We wanted to establish closer links between Georgian and Indian archaeologists” Alexander Noneshvili.

Q&a: 'Iranian Theatre Is Like A New-Born Child'

Not many would associate the Islamic Republic of Iran with theatre activity. But, of late, young Iranian artists have built a theatre movement in Tehran and many of their plays have been acclaimed abroad.

Budget Benchmarking From A Macroeconomic Perspective

Keeping the rate of inflation under check is looking difficult because it has strong monetary roots and supply-side pressures.

'Engage Consumers Emotionally'

He calls himself an unashamed designer of shops. The CEO of one of the world’s best known design agencies, Fitch, UK Rodney Fitch , was in India recently.

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