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February 28, 2006

'There may not be a landmark agreement'
'I don't think we should set artificial deadlines and perhaps set ourselves for disappointment when these deadlines are not met.' says US Senator John Cornyn.

February 27, 2006

'Western technological advantage is beginning to decline'
'Things are changing rapidly and the US is trying to get in before there is no way to,' feels British MP Jeremy Corbyn.

February 23, 2006

'India even today leads in human values'
'In spite of enormous problems, there is still compassion, there is still the sense of serving the needy,' says Sri Sri Ravi Shankar.

'We didn't want Manu Sharma hanged'
'He spent just two years and eight months in jail.' says Sabrina Lal, Jessica's sister.

February 22, 2006

'India is an important player in its own right'
'If the economic changes in India remain irreversible the chances of the Indo-US relationship staying on course will also be irreversible,' says Asia Society President Vishakha Desai.

'Poultry products are safe to eat'
'The slaughter and handling of infected poultry poses the greatest risks,' says FAO official Dr Samuel Jutzi.

'Knowledge should be free for all'
The theory of karma and the principle of dharma go hand in hand,' says Sri Sri Ravi Shankar.

February 21, 2006

'The gullible are being fooled in the name of religion'
'Politics is playing a very big role in keeping communities apart in terms of religion,' says Sri Sri Ravi Shankar.

February 20, 2006

'What discourages me most is corruption'
'A sense of sacrifice is what you want,' says Sri Sri Ravi Shankar.

February 17, 2006

'The lack of Muslims in officer ranks is due to the Muslims' educational backwardness'
'The armed forces' exemplary conduct is a great source of hope,' says Omar Khalidi, whose book may have triggered off the army census controversy.

'The overwhelming problem is terrorism'
'Where people in the name of religion kill each other, kill others just to go to heaven, and thinking only they will go to heaven,' says Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

February 14, 2006

'The law is equal for everyone in Pakistan'
'Not just a judge but every Pakistani is deeply concerned that there should be no honour killings,' says Rana Bhagwandas, acting chief justice of Pakistan.

'I have an unflinching commitment to the job'
Greg Chappell outlines his agenda.

February 08, 2006

'I am not falling into their trap'
'I am not targeting an individual. I am targeting a culture -- the culture of brokers in the Indian polity,' says Raj Babbar, who has just been thrown out of the Samajwadi Party.

'I could be working in a call centre'
‘The concept of remixes has not really taken off in fiction,’ says Chetan Bhagat, best-selling author of One night @ the call centre.

February 07, 2006

'We need industry, growth, investment'
'We can't exist in isolation but how can we forget the human aspect? This is not done.' says BJP MP Dharmendra Pradhan.

'Afghanistan couldn't be captured'
'I told the Indian foreign office, whether you recognise Kabul or not, we will fight to the last and return to the gates of Kabul,' recalls Afghan Ambassador Masood Khalili.

'Just leave Sachin alone'
Kiran More, chairman of the selectors, on Sachin and Sourav, Dhoni and Dravid.

February 06, 2006

'India's positive role in Afghanistan should be recorded in history'
'Through the different ups and downs of my country, India has played a great positive role. The Afghan and Indian people should know this,' says Afghan Ambassador Masood Khalili.

February 03, 2006

'May God not put any country in the fire that we were in'
'For 23 years people have seen war. Imagine it -- the pain of the loss of a brother, the loss of a son,' says Afghan Ambassador Masood Khalili.

February 02, 2006

'Leaving the snake half wounded will be more dangerous'
'This is not a simple enemy. It has an organisation and money spread all over the world. It has 3,000, 4,000 suicide bombers,' says Afghan Ambassador Masood Khalili.

February 01, 2006

'Americans should not be called occupiers'
'Afghanistan needs not to be abandoned, not to be forgotten,' says Afghan ambassador Masood Khalili.


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