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aturday June 23, 2007


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                                                                                                                   From, June 17, 2007 to June 23, 2007 

Strings Attached

If you think puppets are only for kids, take a look at the traditional puppetry forms, says puppeteer Anurupa Roy.

Ghatam’S Link To Sanskrit Literature

Relentless work has fetched Ghatam Karthik a doctorate.

Mission Cinema

Major Ravi talks about the real-life experience that inspired him to make his second film ‘Mission 90 Days.’

We Want Consensus, Not Confrontation, On Industrialisation: Buddhadeb

The Left Front completes three decades in power in West Bengal today. Chief MinisterBuddhadeb Bhattacharjeespeaks of his hopes and plans for the future and of the somewhat difficult times gone through recently. Excerpts from an in terview in Kolkata:

`No Quota, No Vote'

TUCKED away in the bylanes of Hindaun town, in Rajasthan's Karauli district, is the modest dwelling of the man who led the six-day Gujjar agitation, which paralysed public movement in six States.

Poultry Revolution To Boost Rural India

He could be just another passionate septuagenarian, except for the unusual subject of his passion: eggs. Vinod Kapur , chairman of Kegg Farms, is the architect of the Rs 300-crore poultry revolution in the rural India, with its high-yielding poultry . . .

No Country Can Equal India Democratically

Executive vice-president of Institute of Leadership and Institutional Development (ILID) and professor in the University of Wisconson (USA) Fred M Hayward speaks to S Praveen Dhaneshkar of Deccan Herald.

`Economic Policies Are A Cause For Worry'

In the first two years, the UPA Government passed some good legislation. Of late, what is worrisome are the UPA's economic policies, especially seen from a poor man's point of view. MR A. B. BARDHAN, GENERAL SECRETARY, COMMUNIST PARTY OF INDIA

Bridging The Gaps

While the government of India wants to build a navigational channel in the area, the Sangh Parivar’s claim is that the Adam’s Bridge or Ramsetu was a bridge built by Lord Rama across the Palk Straits to Lanka as narrated in the Ramayana, and that . . . .

‘Musharraf’S Not A General For I Sacked Him, And Not A President For He Subverted Constitution To Become One’

He (Pakistan President Gen Pervez Musharraf) was charging you with hijacking?

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