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October 27, 2005

'Citizens should be sensitised to disasters'
'Our first line of defence is when people inform us. This is the only way we can protect human lives from natural disasters,' says Canadian minister Dr Irwin Itzkovitch.

October 24, 2005

'If the LoC is opened, more harm will be caused to Pakistan'
'India will send RAW spies,' says Lashkar-e-Tayiba founder Hafiz Sayeed.

October 21, 2005

'India is closely tied to a terrorist State'
'India has to think about modulating its position on Iran,' says US Congressman and India ally Gary Ackerman.

Nuclear weapons completely safe: Musharraf
'200 percent secure. They are not affected. And they are in very secure areas. Many of them cannot be reached through nuclear attack even,' says the Pakistan president.

October 20, 2005

'The essence of Indian thinking is self-examination'
'It is not by hiding things under the carpet that things improve or change,' says Mallika Sarabhai.

'If I don't stand up for truth and justice in my own country, how can I ever live with myself?'
'What moral authority would I still have to criticise what is wrong?' asks Mallika Sarabhai.

'The govt is playing the role of parent'
'My heart really tears open at the very thought of what they must have gone through,' says Sehba Musharraf.

October 19, 2005

'We cannot manage rising expectations'
'People are so much more aware of what is what. There is no degree of passivity today,' says National Security Adviser M K Narayanan.

'We are not just policemen'
'We just have too many challenges ahead of us. We just cannot look backward,' says Nobel Peace Prize winner Dr Mohamed ElBaradei.

October 18, 2005

'The greatest risk in life is not taking any risks'
'You should enjoy the journey of life when you climb the mountain,' says Robin Sharma, author of the bestselling The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari.

'There's no cause that can justify terrorism!'
'You cannot bring down a nation by killing a few people. Certainly not in a country like India,' says National Security Adviser M K Narayanan.

October 14, 2005

'We are not interested in this blame game'
'It's the first time America has ever rebuilt a major American city,' says US Congressman Bobby Jindal

October 11, 2005

'No American can treat India like a pet'
'For others, Pakistan's involvement in the Iran issue is not as important as it is for us. For us, it's an issue of national security.'

October 06, 2005

'We will decide how many bombs we want'
'Not for somebody else.' National Security Adviser M K Narayanan on the Indo-US nuclear deal.

October 05, 2005

'We're not going to sign NPT'
'We have shown them what we are going to do. That we are willing to separate the civilian and military nuclear establishments.' National Security Adviser M K Narayanan in an exclusive interview.

October 04, 2005

'Certainly we are no supplicants of the US'
'We can fight our own battles. Let me make it clear that we are not asking America to help us.' National Security Adviser M K Narayanan in an exclusive interview.

October 03, 2005

'Bush impressed with our democracy'
An exclusive interview with India's National Security Adviser M K Narayanan.


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