What Is India News Service
aturday October 27, 2007


  Interview Articles


From, October 14, 2007 to October 27, 2007 

Q&a: 'N-Deal Will Widen The Base Of Indo-Us Relations'

Phillips Talbot worked as India correspondent for Chicago Daily News before partition and in the early years after freedom.

“In The World Economy, There Must Be Freedom For People And Ideas To Move”

It was at the end of the IBSA (India-Brazil-South Africa) summit in Tshwane (Pretoria) that one met Roberto Mangabeira Unger, a don at Harvard University, author of numerous articles, and Brazil’s Minister for Long-Term Strategic . . . .

‘There Is A Decline In Journalistic Values... However, Whenever There Is A Crisis, The Press Rises To The Occasion’

Writing a Nation — an Anthology of Indian Journalism by Nirmala Lakshman was released on Wednesday by Vice-President Hamid Ansari.

All You Wanted To Know About Pns

Now that PNs with underlying derivatives have to be withdrawn in 18 months, it is likely that there may be some choppy sessions ahead but the volatility should pan out very soon.

Q&a: 'Cabinet Secretariat Has To Act As A Facilitator'

In a first of its kind in federal governance, Union cabinet secretary K M Chandrashekhar travelled with 18 officials — most of them secretary-level officers in Union ministries — to Ranchi for a day in September, checked into Raj Bhavan and….

‘Liberate Him From Misinterpretations’

Bhagat Singh, who created a stir through his revolutionary ideas and courageous actions, stands alone in the galaxy of martyrs for his maturity as a thinker who had an alternative framework of governance for independent India.

'Indian Market Is Overridden With Greed’

Buy what others are discarding and sell what others are craving. Look for the hated, the unloved and the distressed business.

Janata Dal(s) President H.D. Deve Gowda On The Karnataka Crisis

A central figure in the ongoing political change in Karnataka is former Prime Minister and national president of the Janata Dal (Secular) H.D. Deve Gowda, the hardy perennial of regional politics in India.

“We Would Like To See The Transition To A Democratic Government”

Thant Myint-U, 41, grandson of the former United Nations Secretary-General U. Thant, was in New Delhi this week, having recently completed The River of Lost Footsteps, an account of the rise and fall of Burma from a histo rian’s perspective.

‘Germany Respects Any Decision Of The Indian Side Regarding The Specific Mix Of Energies Deemed Appropriate’

Bilateral ties between India and Germany are closer than ever before. We have established a strategic partnership which is far more than establishing close economic ties that traditionally exist between our countries.

'Ganga Has More Life In It Than A Forest'

Despite pollution from industrial effluents, garbage and sewage, the Ganga riverine system teems with life.

I Never Talk About My Image: Modi

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi told CNN-IBN that “there are only two or three persons” who labelled him a mass murderer and accused him of being prejudiced against Muslims.

‘We Should Neither Proceed With N-Deal Nor Dump It Altogether... To Avoid Immediate Elections’

My guest today is one of the greatest characters in our politics today, one of our greatest writers — M. Karunanidhi, chief minister of Tamil Nadu.  

'It Users Should Be Able To Choose File Format'

The IT world is debating the best standard for saving a document.

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