Saturday, November 15, 2008

Hindu Nov 15th

World Economic Forum to work for solutions to tackle crisis

No impact of recession as of now: bank official

India to strengthen partnership with Egypt

Opening up new options (Shaurya and others)

Dealing with campus violence


Indigenous effort all the way

55% turnout of voters in Chhattisgarh

What’s in store for the Washington Summit

Credibility problem facing Washington summit

Joshna Chinappa makes history

Planets outside the solar system

U.S. trade mission to visit hubs of Indian nuclear industry

Panel to evolve e-security policy

Savitri Jindal tops richest Indian woman list

High priority to ties with India: Obama

Neyyar not an inter-State river, says Premachandran

Government, CII join hands to revamp PDS shops

U.S. missile plan not welcome: France

Russia: coping with financial crisis

Not for us to make political parties file IT returns: apex court

Spiritual practices

Three points will be highlighted by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at the Summit on Financial Markets and the World Economy, which is being held in Washington on November 14 and 15. The first point is the need for greater inclusivity in the international financial system. The second is the need to ensure that developing country growth prospects do not suffer. The third is the need to avoid protectionist tendencies.

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