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December 30, 2005

'I am not a Hindu hater'
'I agree Hinduism is misrepresented and there is a need to correct the image. But the question is is this how to go about it?' says Harvard Professor Michael Witzel.

December 29, 2005

'I am not for rewriting Hinduism'
'Every religion has something positive and negative,' says Hindu American Foundation counsel Suhag A Shukla.

December 28, 2005

India should choose Iran, not US
'The Indian leadership is behaving as if the Americans are going to be more reliable than the Iranians,' says nuclear expert Dr Arjun Makhijiani.

December 27, 2005

'Even if nuclear deal is deferred, US-India relations will flourish'
'There is simply too much bringing us together,' says nuclear proliferation expert Leonard Spector.

December 26, 2005

'National interest is at stake'
'Follow the provisions of the July text of the agreement, which in effect says rights and obligations should be the same as those of the nuclear weapon states and the practices they are following,' says distinguished nuclear scientist Dr A N Prasad..

November 29, 2005

'In turbulent times incredible Gujaratis have raised a voice'
'One of the most unfathomable aspects of Gujarati society is the utter lack of reflection about the horrific violence of 2002,' says social analyst Suchitra Seth.

'PM Singh is right man for the job'
'I have not made a final decision, but I am leaning very strongly towards supporting the Indo-US nuclear deal right now,'says Congressman Dan Burton in an exclusive interview.

November 18, 2005

'The problem about tigers is, it is so symbolic'
'That's why people want tiger skin and tiger clothes,' says Ruth Padel, Charles Darwin's great grand daughter.

November 17, 2005

'Lots of people are unhappy in France'
'The rioters do not want to burn cars -- they want to be heard,' says Professor Narayanaswami Ranganathan.

November 16, 2005

The Pirates of Somalia
'Somalian waters are the most dangerous area in the world,' says Jayant Abhyankar, deputy director, International Maritime Bureau.

November 10, 2005

'Awkward for India. We are friends of Iran & US'
'But I think we are mature enough to handle the situation without a major breakdown,' says Dr Karan Singh.

November 09, 2005

'India has done the right thing on Volcker report'
'It is in the interests of everybody, including those named in the report, to have the truth established,' says UN Under Secretary General Shashi Tharoor.

November 08, 2005

'India should be a partner, not a target'
'The US is looking upon India as a great factor of stability,' says Foreign Secretary Shyam Saran.

November 04, 2005

'Wonderful, positive movements happening in India'
'Communities and individuals could change the way children go to school, if they believe in possibilities -- if they try,' says author and activist Lisa Heydlauff.

November 02, 2005

'The US is perceived as hypocritical'
'If they are implying they are going to have Congressional action by the time Bush goes to India, I believe the administration is setting out a very tough task for itself,' feels South Asia expert Robert M Hathaway.


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