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December 19, 2006
'China and India are seeking each other out'
Professor Zha Daojiong speaks of the complex issues related to energy security, diplomacy and economics of the region.

December 18, 2006
'My fight is against students with criminal records'
An interview with Lucknow University VC R P Singh who is fighting against criminalisation of the campus.

December 12, 2006
'Religion gives good people bad reasons to be good'
'Osama bin Laden's version of Islam is a much more central, plausible version of Islam than people tend to acknowledge,' says Sam Harris.

December 05, 2006
'You cannot control people using the army'
'There should be reduction of the armed forces in Kashmir. Police and paramilitary forces should play a more important role in combating militancy,' says Mufti Mohammad Sayeed.

'In 2020 the two closest nations in the world will be India and US'
'If that occurs, the world will be safer,' says US Senator Joseph Biden.

December 04, 2006
No evidence that India has transferred lethal weapons to Iran'
'If, God forbid, India decided it was in its interests to reach a more robust military agreement with Iran, that would be enough to ruin the India-US relationship,' says US Senator Joseph Biden, who will take over as chairman of the influential Senate Foreign Relations Committee next month.

November 29, 2006
Priya Dutt: 'The relief is yet to sink in'
'For 13 years, my father lived with the stain that his son was a terrorist. It was the worse thing to happen to him'.

November 27, 2006
'Sri Lankan Tamils want a separate nation'
Tamil Nadu leader Vaiko on why he supports the struggle for a separate Eelam in Sri Lanka.

November 24, 2006
'Washington has become partisan'
'I don't think we can force the Shiites, Sunnis and Kurds to live together if they don't want to live together peacefully,' says US Congressman Bobby Jindal.

November 15, 2006
'The complexity of India is most appealing'
'Has somebody in government ever stepped into a village? They talk very confidently about what's happening in India but you need to know the ground reality and give yourself a constant reality check,' says Edward Luce.

November 13, 2006
'Radio will never go'
'History has seen that if you start clamping down on various form of expressions you become more insecure as a society, says Activist Sushma Iyengar.

November 07, 2006
'I don't want a fellow Indian to get death penalty'
'Afzal was not even provided a lawyer to defend his life. He should have been allowed to tell his story,' says human rights activist Vinod Jose.

November 02, 2006
'I didn't choose Aishwarya. Umrao Jaan chose her'
A hard-hitting interview with director J P Dutta.

'The domestic violence law restores equality'
'An average woman must remember she has a right to be free from violence. This itself is empowering,' says Supreme Court lawyer Indira Jaising.
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