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aturday April 07, 2007

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                                                                                                                   From, April 01, 2007 to April 07, 2007 

'Relations With India On Irreversible Plane'

India’s relations with Bangladesh have almost reached an 'irreversible plane', and look set to go 'upward', with Dhaka providing genuine assurances that no acts 'inimical to India' would be permitted from there, said Bangladesh’s Foreign Affairs . . .

Reforms Panel For 'One Un' Concept

Mr Lennart Bage, President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) was in India for a week long visit.

Q&a: Reinvent Museums, Connect With Communities

As chairman, AusHeritage, Australia's network for cultural heritage services, Vinod Daniel's work revolves around conserving and nourishing trans-geographic heri-tage and cultural traditions.

"It's Time We Move Towards Conflict Resolution"

Pakistan's Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz speaks on a range of issues — from bilateral trade to Siachen to the suspension of his country's top judge. Excerpts from an exclusive interview in New Delhi on Wednesday:

Foreign Remittances Don't Translate To Industrial Investments For Kerala

The issue of why there are no industrial investments in Kerala from foreign remittances cannot be detached from why there have not been major investments.

'After Consumer Credit, Rural Lending Is The Next Big Opportunity'

From the 10th floor of the ICICI Bank building in the Bandra-Kurla Complex in Mumbai, the bank’s managing director and chief executive officer K.V. Kamath can a large expanse of urban India the target set for the bank to borrow from and lend to.

'Palestinians Are Imprisoned In Their Own Land'

Jamal Juma, 44, is coordinator of the Palestinian Grassroots Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign, a representative forum of major Palestinian civil society organisations in occupied Palestine.

Exclusive: On Poll Eve Mulayam Says He Has No Regrets

UP chief minister Mulayam Singh is fighting a grim battle for political supremacy in Uttar Pradesh. He calls it a “mahasangram” and has left no stone unturned to try and win UP again in the 2007 Assembly polls.

‘Rss View Of Hindu Rashtra An Anachronism’

Jyotirmaya Sharma, author of `Terrifying Vision', a book about MS Golwalkar of the RSS, in an interview with Deepak K Upreti of the Deccan Herald comments on the controversial legacy of the leader.

Biman Bose, Left Front Chairman

IN this exclusive interview with Frontline, Biman Bose, Communist Party of India (Marxist) Polit Bureau member and West Bengal State secretary and Left Front chairman, gives his party's perception on the Nandigram incident.

Designers Can Transform Assets Into Eco-Friendly Services

Design guru John Thackara is the director of Doors of Perception, an Amsterdam and Bangalore-based 'knowledge networking' organisation that gets diverse experts for its celebrated single-theme conferences around the world.

‘Those Who Have Power Decide Who Can Use Resources. We Need A . ..

Hello, and welcome to Walk the Talk. I am Shekhar Gupta, and my guest this week is the Tree Woman of Africa, actually the Tree Woman of the World, Nobel laureate Wangari Maathai, on her first visit to India.

"It's Mira's Stamp On My Story"

The Pulitzer Prize-winning author on the film versus the book, her characters, her connections with her Bengali family, her relationship with Nair, and her new work.

Santhosh George K.

Entrepreneur and traveller, he's all set to be India's first space tourist in 2008-09.

We Made Mistakes But Won't Give Up: Buddha

West Bengal CM Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee admits that Nandigram was a failure, but he is still aggressive on industrialisation and claims the party's support.

Compact Oeuvre

Filmmaker Adoor Gopalakrishnan discusses his latest project based on the short stories of Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai.

When Foreign Targets Blip On Your Deal Radar

Achieving global effective tax rate (GETR) reductions will improve post-tax cash flows and enhance shareholder value. However, tax planning should not be conducted in isolation but must be integrated into business initiatives.

'Foreign Lawyers' Entry Not To Hit Locals'

The law industry is still more protected than many others in a number of countries.

Vincent Brossel Of Reporters Sans

Reporters Sans Frontières (RSF) has been fighting for press freedom ever since it was formed in 1985 by a group of French journalists.

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