What Is India News Service
aturday June 16, 2007


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                                                                                                                   From, June 10, 2007 to June 16, 2007 

Tiger At The Centre

Wednesday was a big day for tiger conservationists. One hundred and seventy-one member-countries of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) met at the Hague and passed a resolution leaving no scope for China to trade in . . . .

Freedom Of Contract Must Yield To Freedom Of Occupation

Any employee has a vital right to change employment for self-growth, which can neither be restricted nor curtailed by anyone, even the employer.

How To Set Up A Business In China

The differences between domestic-invested enterprises and foreign-invested enterprises have been diminishing.

'It Is The Brand Recall That Matters'

SBI Life, a joint venture between SBI and Cardif of France, was the first private life insurer to report profit.

'I Will Not Be Remote-Controlled Or Bullied By Anyone'

Goa's new Chief Minister Digambar Kamat, a former BJP man now with the Congress, spoke to Devika Sequeira of Deccan Herald about his political leanings and his plans for the state.

Looking To Draw More Clicks

No matter where they live, Indians have a "common context, an integrating idiom and a unifying thread. And this is what Sulekha seeks to capture and prize."

Voyages Of Discovery

Photojournalist Cary Wolinsky dons the mantle of storyteller and artist with equal finesse.

The Language Of Exile

Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka talks about his writing and how the political situation in his homeland, Nigeria, impacts his work. TISHANI DOSHI.

‘Vajpayee Thought I Had Stabbed Him In The Back. He Did Not Know I Myself Was Stabbed In The Back By Musharraf’

Hello, and welcome to Walk the Talk. I’m Shekhar Gupta, in London’s Hyde Park, and my guest this week is perhaps the world’s most prominent political exile — not just the most prominent, but perhaps the most politically active, and the most . . . .

'High Growth Is A Prerequisite For Inclusive Growth'

'We cannot end up with distributing poverty. We must distribute wealth,' says former finance minister Yashwant Sinha while talking about his recently released his book, My Years as Finance Minister: Confessions Of A Swadeshi Reformer.

Future Power

The search for clean fuels is taking the political centre-stage. Recently, the Indian government announced that 2020 would be the target year to have 1 million carbon-free hydrogen vehicles on the road.

‘Medical Tourism Is Not A Priority’
Having 1,78,000 doctors as its members, over 1,700 local branches, and spread over 23 states and nine Union territories, Indian Medical Association (IMA) is the world’s largest non-government organisation dedicated to the promotion and advancement.

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