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September 26, 2006
'William Shakespeare is our heritage too'
It isn't just Vishal Bhardwaj's Omkara. Shakespeare is as popular in India as he has been for 200 years, says Dr Poonam rivedi, Shakespeare scholar.
September 22, 2006
'A Q Khan thought he could defy the world'
'If he looked at it purely as an Islamic bomb, he would not have sold the nuclear secrets to North Korea. Khan was fighting the West, through North Korea, Iran and Libya,' says Gordon Corera.
September 20, 2006
'An open society is an imperfect society'
Exclusive: George Soros on India, China, Bush
September 18, 2006
'India's growth rate is not a flash in a pan'
'The best solution for India's poverty is growth. It is not the only solution but is a necessary condition,' says Edward Luce.
September 15, 2006
'Are our policies to fight terror right or wrong?'
'All over the world countries have passed stringent laws to deal with terrorism, this is one country where we repealed the existing laws from the statute book,' says former home secretary Madhav Godbole.

'Writing is like the draw of the ocean'
'The draw is so great and beguiling that I am lost in it,' says Booker finalist Kiran Desai.
September 13, 2006
'Top leadership of Al Qaeda is hiding in Pakistan'
'Musharraf in a way exploits the Muslim extremists' presence in Pakistan to gain American support for his regime,' says billionaire-activist George Soros.
September 12, 2006
'America got carried away with the war on terror'
An exclusive interview with billionaire-activist George Soros.
September 08, 2006
'The anti-quota attitude is over'
'Institutions know the government understands their problems and the oversight committee has addressed them,' says Veerappa Moily, head, quota oversight committee.
September 07, 2006
'A country's foreign policy is never an excuse for terrorism'
'The alleged plotters of the Heathrow attack, the 7/7 bombers, of 9/11... have taken a perverted and twisted form of Islam,' says British politician David Cameron.

'No wrong in Vande Mataram if it doesn't amount to worship'
'It was sad that more often than not, trouble for Muslims had arisen largely during different Congress regimes,' says Shia cleric Maulana Kalbe Sadiq.

September 05, 2006
'Many Muslims may choose to sing Vande Mataram'
'If Muslims are opposed to the singing of Vande Matram, they should show their opposition in strictly secular and democratic terms,' says Professor Imtiaz Ahmad.

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