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- Repose Faith In God (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
By and large people do not count their blessings and have a litany of complaints about what life has dealt them.
- Mind Over Matter (Frontline, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)
IN western India, from the 2nd century B.C. to the 2nd century A.D., there was a prolific creation of art in caves hewn out of rock.
- Coalition Circus (Frontline, PARVATHI MENON, Nov 07, 2007)
COALITION politics in Karnataka, currently in a serious crisis of credibility, may yet get a fresh lease of life, with Governor Rameshwar Thakur expected to invite an alliance of the Janata Dal (Secular) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) back to . . .
- "The Ideology Is Only In Speeches": (Frontline, Ravi Sharma , Nov 07, 2007)
IN October, Karnataka was mired in political shenanigans and uncertainties. With the transfer of power from the Janata Dal (Secular) to its coalition partner, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), not taking off, hell broke loose as the political . . . .
- Spinning Out Of Control (Telegraph, Malvika Singh, Nov 06, 2007)
The situation in Pakistan is ominous, and reads much like a chapter from the pages of the last century.
- Pan-Indian Fiction (Hindu, P. Sundaresan, Nov 06, 2007)
Pinnalur Mu. Vivekanandan; Pasupathi Nilayam, 21, Lokanathan Nagar II Street, Choolaimedu, Chennai-600094. Rs. 60.
- The Legend Of Shiva (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 06, 2007)
The Lord Nanjundeshwara temple in Nanjangud has many interesting tales associated with it, writes Bindu Gopal Rao.
- Delightful Diwali (Deccan Herald, NUGGEHALLI PANKAJA, Nov 06, 2007)
Come Diwali, our dear appa’s presence is felt through the corridors of memory, beaming that special affectionate smile laden with the power of lighting thousand candles in our hearts.
- Reboot And Refresh (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Nov 06, 2007)
The format and venue of IT.in needs serious rethinking.
- A Bird’S-Eye View (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 06, 2007)
What began as a book on birds at the Indian International Centre (IIC) grew into “Garden Birds of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur”. This exhaustive catalogue written by Samar Singh, with photos by Nikhil Devasar and Amano Samarpan, has been publi shed by . . . .
- Need For Detachment (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 06, 2007)
Detachment (Vairagya) is the sine quo non for renunciation as engagement with the world leads to attachment by fuelling desires.
- Rs. 2.39-Crore Financial Assistance To Adi Dravidars (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 06, 2007)
The State Government has allotted Rs. 2.39 crore to provide financial assistance to Adi Dravidar people under various schemes implemented through the Tamil Nadu Adi Dravidar Housing and Development Corporation (TAHDCO) this financial year. . .
- Global Ambitions In Power (Hindu, Editorial, The Hindu, Nov 06, 2007)
Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd. (PGCIL), a public sector power transmission utility, has started eyeing global business. It plans to set up a base in Dubai, looking for a share in the West Asian and global transmission consultancy business.
- Karnataka Drama Moves To Delhi (Pioneer, KUMAR UTTAM, Nov 06, 2007)
The political crisis in Karnataka reached its last leg on Monday with Governor Rameshwar Thakur landing in Delhi with his "final" report on the political situation in the State and the BJP-JD(S) MLAs reaching Delhi on Tuesday for a parade before . . .
- Undoing Idea Of Secular India (Pioneer, A Surya Prakash, Nov 06, 2007)
Muslim clerics and the All-India Muslim Personal Law Board have now a new cause to pursue - opposition to the mandatory registration of marriages as directed by the Supreme Court.
- Former Indian Fm Faces Drugs Charge (Daily Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 06, 2007)
Indian police were ordered Monday to charge a former foreign minister under tough anti-narcotics laws for allegedly serving opium-laced drinks to guests at a family party.
- Role Reversal (Deccan Herald, Maureen Dowd, Nov 06, 2007)
Maybe the qualities that many find off-putting in Hillary - her opportunism, her triangulation, her ethical corner-cutting, her shifting convictions from pro-war to anti-war, her secrecy, her ruthlessness - are the same ones that make people. . .
- Royal Remnant (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
Eraniel at first sight appears like any other lush green village bordering Kerala.
- Two In One (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
There is a much to explore in Hong Kong’s vibrant city centre, but much more to discover in places beyond — sprawling hills, verdant woodland and golden beaches in the outlying islands.
- Drawn By Kerala (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
It was the murals in Mattancherry Palace, Kochi that drew Mary Beth Heston to Kerala and its treasure trove of art and culture.
- Heritage Park In Mysore May Soon Become A Reality (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
The heritage park, proposed by the Mysore Urban Development Authority (MUDA), which will come up adjacent to Lalitha Mahal Palace here, may soon become a reality.
- China’S India Aggression (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
There are four main aspects to the China-Tibet-India problem over the last century, some of which are only now becoming apparent.
- Proposal To Shrink Lutyen’S Zone (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
The Delhi Urban Art Commission (DUAC) has proposed to reduce the Lutyen's Bungalow Zone and rechristen it as New Delhi Bungalow Area.
- Give Reason A Chance (Dawn, A.B. Shahid, Nov 05, 2007)
Recentlu, William Dalrymple wrote a critique of Bernard Lewis’s book From Babel to Dragomans: Interpreting the Middle East, a collection of 51 essays that he wrote over the years. Many were criticised for their historical inaccuracies.
- Indo-German Relations Move Into High Gear (Business Line, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
German firms are keen on a share of the over 350 billion euros that India plans to invest in infrastructure and other projects in the next five years. Investors from around the world, including Germany, obviously want a piece of the action.
- Face Of Ancient Egypt’S King Tut Revealed (Dawn, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
The true face of ancient Egypt’s boy king Tutankhamun was revealed on Sunday to the public for the first time since he died in mysterious circumstances more than 3,000 years ago.
- Why Not A Deal With The Militants? (Dawn, Sardar Mumtaz Ali Bhutto, Nov 05, 2007)
IF at the end of six years of open war against the so-called militants and loss of thousands of lives of citizens and soldiers, Gen Musharraf can make no better showing than yet another bomb blast close to his residence on Oct 30 and . . . . .
- Guinness Country (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
Ireland is a fascinating country to explore. Its uniqueness is built around some of its early visitors from across the seas — the Celts, Vikings and the Normans, who came, conquered and stayed. Each of them left lasting footprints of . . . . .
- India, In Print (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
In many ways Indian journalism is at crossroads. Media houses are facing ever-increasing competition. Market forces and globalisation have brought about changes, which were unthinkable even 10 years ago.
- When Buddhists Are A Minority (Tribune, Maj Gen (retd) Himmat Singh Gill, Nov 05, 2007)
MANY years ago, when on assignment with the International Control Commission in Vietnam, one of the first sights that one witnessed in down town Saigon was that of a Buddhist monk protesting the State’s religious discrimination practiced . . . . . .
- Congress Janandolana To Expose Real Culprits (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
The opposition Congress party will on Monday launch a mass campaign, proposed to expose the culprits behind the prevailing political impasse in the State.
- A Different Narrative Aesthetics (Hindu, G. CHANDRASEKARAN, Nov 05, 2007)
In an article first published in Lalit Kala 23 (1988), author Carmel Berkson sought to conclude that the Amazonmachy sarcophagus (a stone relief depicting a scene of war, and found on the outer walls of a coffin that was unearthed in Israel . . . .
- Imposing Opulence (Hindu, A N Sudarsan Rao , Nov 05, 2007)
Henry VIII spent the equivalent of £18 million on Hampton Court in the 1520s. And it shows even today.
- Tiny Device, Big Hope (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
Most radiation and drug therapies used to treat cancers have serious side effects, as they kill useful cells too.
- When Parallel Lines Converged (Pioneer, Utpal Kumar, Nov 05, 2007)
A bestseller in Germany -- writer Daniel Kehlmann's homeland, where it has sold more than 600,000 copies -- Measuring the World evokes the thrill of a constant human endeavour for scientific discoveries, rather than a nation's obsession with . . . . . .
- Life Is Mathematics (Pioneer, Surajit Dasgupta, Nov 05, 2007)
Is it natural to see a person caring more for his/ her family than the rest of the world? Yes. Now sample this theorem of geometry:
- Situation In Pak Akin To What India Faced In '75: Bjp (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
The BJP on Sunday said that developments in Pakistan were akin to what India faced during the Internal Emergency imposed by the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in 1975.
- Dont Target Guv, Cong Tells Bjp (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 05, 2007)
Senior Congress leaders on Sunday took exception to the BJPs criticism of Governor Rameshwar Thakur in connection with the delay in formation of the new government in the State.
- ‘India Only Waiting For Pakistan To Open Mumbai Consulate’ (Daily Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
India was ready to re-open its consulate in Karachi tomorrow if possible, and had been ready since Jan 2006, but it was waiting for the Pakistani authorities to find land in Mumbai for their consulate, said Deputy High Commissioner Manpreet Vohra Thursday
- Symbol Of Detachment (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
In the Bhagavad Gita Lord Krishna refers to worldly existence as ephemeral and emphasises the distinction between the perishable body and the immortal soul.
- ‘The Grammar Is Intact’ (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
Sikkil Gurucharan and Anil Srinivasan on their new work, which premieres at the Friday Review November Fest.
- A Bird’S-Eye View (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
What began as a book on birds at the Indian International Centre (IIC) grew into “Garden Birds of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur”.
- Headbangers’ Ball (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
Legendry thrash metal band Sepultura will be making a stop at Bangalore today. They are headlining Kingfisher Metalfest ’07. The tour of India for the band has included shows at Delhi and Shillong. Indian band Brahma will open the concert.
- For A Cool Splash (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
The forest guard at the Bhoothapandi checkpost told me that an uphill drive of less than five km would take me to the Vattaparai waterfalls.
- Standing Tall (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
There is silence in music that is why it touches the soul. The same goes for the mountains. Higher the altitude, the more you are away from the madding crowd and at peace with yourself.
- The Malnad Experience (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
Kolavara Heritage near Thirthahalli offers a house with a view, some peace and quiet and great food
- Aung San Suu Kyi And India (Deccan Herald, Khushwant Singh, Nov 03, 2007)
The light that emanates fromSuu Kyi shines all over Myanmar and the freedom loving people of the world.
- Ring For The Butler (Telegraph, Sunanda K. Datta-Ray, Nov 03, 2007)
George Orwell describes somewhere the bustling arrival at a dak bungalow in Burma of a Burmese official of modest rank.
- Top Ltte Leader, 5 Others Killed In Lankan Air Strike (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
Sri Lanka struck a major blow against the Tamil Tigers on Friday, killing the rebels’ political chief and top peace negotiator in a surgical government air strike.
- Militants Draw New Front Line Inside Pakistan (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
For much of the last century, the mountainous region of Swat was ruled as a princely kingdom where a benign autocrat, the wali, bestowed schools for girls, health care for everyone and the chance to get a degree abroad for the talented.
- Fearless In Ghazni (Indian Express, Editorial, Indian Express, Nov 03, 2007)
It was late November one Ramzan when Governor Asadullah came to tea. Winter was drawing in, and the Hindu Kush was shrouded by Kabul’s smog.
- Edits (Statesman, Editorial, Statesman, Nov 03, 2007)
The fact that there were barely 16 working days in October ~ with a state employees’ strike coinciding with the 12+12 mode of disruption ~ may have turned out to be a mite too embarrassing for the West Bengal government.
- Security Ring To Be Installed Around Sabarimala (Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
A wireless surveillance system that can scan and detect even minute objects within a limit of 50 kms, would be installed at Sabarimala hill shrine which is visited by about 30 million pilgrims a year, Travancore Devaswom Board president . . . . .
- Let's Stop Talking Like Brats (Times of India, Editorial, The Times of India, Nov 03, 2007)
In the old joke, a man comes across a boy looking resentfully at a half-eaten watermelon. "What's the matter, son?", asks the man. "Too much watermelon?"
- Robin Hood's Home Needs Rescue (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 03, 2007)
If Robin Hood lived today, the sheriff of Nottingham wouldn't need to look too hard to find him hiding in Sherwood Forest.
- Released For The Festival (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 02, 2007)
A smiling Vijay, actor, greets the readers of this special issue of Ananda Viaktan . “Gangai Nadhikaraiyinile…” An extensive article by P. Swaminathan describes the religious sanctity of the holy city of Varanasi with the resplenden . . . .
- ‘I Believe In Literature As A Bridge Between Peoples’ (Indian Express, Editorial, Indian Express, Nov 02, 2007)
If you buy a ticket and travel to another country, you are likely to see the monuments, the palaces and the squares, the museums and the landscapes and the historical sites.
- ‘Drop Move To Allow Non-Hindus Into Temple’ (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 02, 2007)
Irinjalakuda Padmanabha Sarma, who was leading a team of astrologers at ‘Asthamangalya Devaprasnam in the Guruvayur Srikrishna Temple, on Thursday said that preliminary findings of the astrological ritual-cum-debate were against allowing . . . .
- Roadblocks For Cruise Liners At Vizhinjam Tourism Trail (Hindu, S. Anil Radhakrishnan, Nov 02, 2007)
Lack of basic infrastructure facilities in the Vizhinjam harbour is turning to be a major hurdle for luxury cruise liners arriving with holidayers from around the world to visit the tourist spots in and around the capital.
- Charity Begins At Party Office (Pioneer, Balbir K Punj, Nov 02, 2007)
In Communist-ruled West Bengal, people have risen in revolt against the continuing scandal of fair price shops and food riots have broken out.
- One Good Arab (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 02, 2007)
Put simply, The Kingdom perpetuates negative stereotypes for a quick buck and an adrenaline rush, at a time in the world where breeding such ignorance and prejudice has proven catastrophic.
- Why Things Go Amiss With Mysticism (The Economic Times, MUKUL SHARMA, Nov 02, 2007)
Sri Chinmoy who died last month once wrote: “Mysticism, poor mysticism! When it is underestimated and oversimplified, it comes down from its original sphere and stands beside religion.
- Newspaper Nurtures Art (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 02, 2007)
Tucked away in a narrow by lane off Triplicane High Road, the nondescript building doesn’t look like a newspaper office from the outside.
- It's A Family Affair (Times of India, Editorial, The Times of India, Oct 31, 2007)
In the first 25 years after independence, there was no political dynasty. Yes, there was Panditji and he loomed large over the political scene. Yet he had some formidable opponents who had been his comrades in the struggle for independence . . . .
- In Search Of Truth Religion (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 31, 2007)
The purpose of life is to explore the cause of creation. But the pursuit of this knowledge though incumbent on human endeavour varies in intensity of purpose in individuals.
- Coalition Politics (Tribune, Shastri Ramachandaran, Oct 31, 2007)
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi says the coalition era demands a new Constitution to achieve “real federalism”.
- Nitish-Lalu For Rainbow Combination In Bihar (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 31, 2007)
It seems to be the beginning of a new phase of social churning in Bihar with UP Chief Minister Mayawati as its idol.
- Saudi King’S Visit Starts On A Sour Note (Hindu, Hasan Suroor, Oct 31, 2007)
Human rights, arms trade protesters line up the route, raise slogans
- British Army Chief For Push To Military Ties (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 31, 2007)
British Army chief General Richard Dannatt, here on a six-day visit, on Tuesday met Defence Secretary Vijay Singh, Chief of the Army Staff General Deepak Kapoor, Navy Vice-Chief Vice Admiral Nirmal Verma and Air Force Vice-Chief Air Marshal . . .
- A Matter Of Aesthetics (Dawn, Hafizur Rahman, Oct 31, 2007)
A PENCHANT for culture is visible at all levels of society, whether the individuals are rich or poor, enlightened or illiterate.
- State Power Vs Street Power (Dawn, A N Sudarsan Rao , Oct 31, 2007)
IN modern times, people’s power emerged most radically and effectively after the French Revolution in 1789 when a Parisian crowd demolished the Bastille in defiance of state oppression and ultimately ended the rule of the Bourbon dynasty by executing the
- Return To Bamiyan (Deccan Herald, ROGER COHEN, Oct 31, 2007)
The 1,500-year-old Buddhas of Bamiyan are gone, of course, replaced by two gashes in the reddish-brown cliff.
- Dancing In The Seats (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Oct 31, 2007)
The fall concert season has begun at music halls around the world, and audiences are again sitting in rapt attention with their hands folded quietly in their laps. Does anyone besides me find this odd?
- A Head For Numbers (OutLook, Shobhit Mahajan, Oct 31, 2007)
"I beg to introduce myself to you as a clerk in the Accounts Department of the Port Trust Office at Madras on a salary of only 20 pounds per annum," began Ramanujan’s famous first letter to G.H. Hardy, containing pages of mathematical results . . . .
- How To Untangle Debts From Lies (The Economic Times, Editorial, Economic Times, Oct 31, 2007)
George Orwell remarked that: “Every generation imagines itself to be more intelligent than the one that went before it, and wiser than the one that comes after it.” Participants in financial markets certainly take this position.
- Concept Of Karma (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 30, 2007)
While explaining the subtle truths relating to the Absolute, the universe and the created beings in it to Arjuna, Lord Krishna redefines the concept of karma that is central to the teachings in the Bhagavad Gita, since there are various . . . .
- Lahore’S Heritage Needs Care (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Oct 30, 2007)
NEGLECT threatens to deprive Lahore of its archaeological heritage. Its magnificent Mughal monuments are fast running the risk of losing their splendour to the fatal combination of pollution, human intervention and a lack of money and expertise . . .
- The Future Is Black (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 30, 2007)
Almost nonstop, gargantuan 145-tonne trucks rumble through China's biggest open-pit coal mine, sending up clouds of soot as they dump their loads into mechanised sorters.
- Saund’S Portrait To Be Unveiled In Us Cong (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 30, 2007)
A portrait of Dalip Singh Saund, the first Indian American Congressman, will be unveiled in the US Congress next month.
- Story Of A City (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 30, 2007)
Chennai Perunagarathin Kathai, 1600-1947: K.R.A.Narasiah; Palaniappa Brothers, Konar Mansion, 25, Peters Road, Chennai-600014. Rs. 275.
- Gender Inequality In Politics (Hindu, Padmini Swaminathan, Oct 30, 2007)
Paxton and Hughes have put together a brilliant and detailed account of the current status of women’s position in politics and women’s political representation across diverse countries and regions of the world.
- Waiting For The Messiah (Telegraph, Malvika Singh, Oct 30, 2007)
With the Tehelka exposé we have been jolted, yet again, into the reality of modern India where there is no respect for the rule of law, for the security of life and freedom of choice, and all else that is humane.
- Why Not Death Penalty? (Deccan Herald, C V Aravind, Oct 30, 2007)
Indian Presidents have always been loathe to disposing off mercy petitions as most of them might have been against capital punishment.
- Evita Echoes In Argentine Polls (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Oct 30, 2007)
A fashion designer who was recently comparing the looks and styles of the main Argentine presidential candidates described Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner as a "very sexy, very strong and very attractive" woman.
- Cbi Quizzes Kolkata Police Officers (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 30, 2007)
Officers of the Kolkata Police were unable to give a satisfactory answer to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) when asked why no action was taken after Rizwanur Rehman and Priyanka Todi told the police that they were being harassed and . . . .
- Royal Practice Enters 136th Year (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 30, 2007)
Darbar move, the royal practice of moving the entire capital from one place to another, may be unique to Jammu and Kashmir state. The practice was started by Maharaja Ranbir Singh 135 years ago, in 1872.
- Business Big Shot: Nikesh Arora (Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 30, 2007)
Nikesh Arora, the 39-year-old head of Google’s European operations, got the job after wandering around the British Museum, being interviewed on the move by Google’s founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin.
- Jd(s), Secularism's Worst Foe (Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 30, 2007)
The political situation in Karnataka has turned so utterly farcical that nothing short of a mid-term assembly poll can spell redemption now. H D Kumaraswamy’s decision to extend unconditional support to the BJP to form a government is clearly a . . . .
- Saudi King's Visit Marred By Protests, Boycotts (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 30, 2007)
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah begins his official visit to the UK from Tuesday. Saudi king faces protests and boycotts in his four-day stay in London.
- Betrayal At Home (Pioneer, Sandhya Jain, Oct 30, 2007)
Of all living faiths and traditions in the world, probably only Hindus keep the god of love in their divine pantheon. Kamdev and his wife, Rati, retain a powerful grip on the Hindu imagination on account of their painful association with . . . .
- A Bridge To The Past (Pioneer, Editorial, The Pioneer, Oct 30, 2007)
There is more than that meets the eye with regard to the Dasara festivities held with traditional éclat in Mysore City.
- India-Usa Interests (Statesman, Editorial, Statesman, Oct 30, 2007)
If there is a “natural alliance” between India and the United States, it arises to the extent that both are large democracies and more or less free societies that happen to be placed half way across the globe and pose no perceptible military threat . . .
- Special (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 30, 2007)
If there is a “natural alliance” between India and the United States, it arises to the extent that both are large democracies and more or less free societies that happen to be placed half way across the globe and pose no perceptible . . . . .
- Survival Of The Fittest Religion (The Economic Times, MUKUL SHARMA, Oct 30, 2007)
In the west, religion’s running battle with science is well known. In the beginning the natural sciences — astronomy in particular — was its chief foe since that study of the heavens soon began to threaten the established view . . . . .
- The Lord’S Aspects Religion (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 29, 2007)
The transcendental form (Para) of the Supreme Being is beyond the ken of human experience and hence He has four more aspects to relate Himself to His creation.
- Globalisation:new Challenges (Deccan Herald, MARIO SOARES, Oct 29, 2007)
Recent developments show, the world is now on the way to a multi-polar arrangement.
- Royal Member, Victim Of Blackmail (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 29, 2007)
The police were on Sunday investigating allegations that a member of the royal family was the victim of a sex-and-drugs blackmail plot.
- Bangalore It Show Takes Off Today (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 29, 2007)
It promises to be bigger and grander this year. Over 200 top information technology companies, 60 of them global majors, will converge for BangaloreIT.in, arguably Asia’s largest IT and telecom annual event, to take off at the Bangalore . . . .
- Contempt Of Court And The Truth (Hindu, Anil Divan, Oct 29, 2007)
The contest is between truth and its suppression. The choice then is between the plea of truth to expose judicial misconduct and the attempt to stifle such publication by the use of the contempt power.
- A Portrait Of Honour For Dalip Singh Saund (Pioneer, S Rajagopalan, Oct 29, 2007)
The US Congress is to honour Dalip Singh Saund, the first Asian American to enter the Congress exactly 50 years ago, by unveiling an official portrait in the hallowed Capitol building on November 7.
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