01 July 2000


Baburam Bhattarai: The King is down but not out (11 May 2006)
Transcript of the complete Prachanda interview(11 February 2006)
"Multiparty democracy in Nepal will be message to Indian Naxalites"(10 February 2006)
Prachanda: From people's war to competitive democracy(9 February 2006)
Maoist leader unveils road map for change in Nepal(8 February 2006)
Phillipe Kirsch, President of the International Criminal Court, on the significance -- and limitations -- of the ICC (12 December 2005)
Amartya Sen, economist, on his new book, The Argumentative Indian (14 August 2005)
Deepak Nayyar, Vice-Chancellor, Delhi University, on the parlous state of India's higher education system (16 May 2005)
Natwar Singh, External Affairs Minister, India, on the country's relations with the U.S. (7 May 2005)
Yoriko Kawaguchi, foreign policy adviser to the Prime Minister Koizumi, on Japan's intention to stick to its energy projects in Iran (19 March 2005)
Ricardo Lagos, President of Chile, on Latin American solidarity, globalisation and the Pinochet case (30 January 2005)
Amartya Sen, Nobel laureate in economics, the need for a radical socio-economic agenda for India's poor (9 January 2005)
Juan Somavia, head of the ILO, on India's proposed employment guarantee programme (29 November 2004)
Zhai Dequan, Deputy Secretary General of the China Arms Control and Disarmament Association, on China's reservations about the Proliferation Security Initiative (31 July 2004)
Morshed Khan, Foreign Minister of Bangladesh on India-Bangla relations (7 June 2004)
Eduardo Aninat, former Deputy Managing Director of the IMF, on how the Fund went wrong in Latin America (18 March 2004)
Deepak Nayyar, Economist, on the ILO's Globalisation report (3 March 2004)
Louise Frechette, Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations, on the need for the U.N. to manage the political transition in Iraq (10 February 2004)
S.R. Sankaran, Supreme Court-appointed right-to-food commissioner, on food for justice (5 September 2003)
Prof Rajni Kothari, Geelani Defence Committee, on India's Parlianment attack case (8 October 2002)
Ruud Lubbers, UN High Commissioner for Refugees, on how 9/11 made his job tougher (20 June 2002)
Nisar Memon, Pakistan's information minister, on why his country continues to ban Indian channels (27 March 2002)
Lt Gen. Moin-ud-din Haider (retd.), Pakistan's Interior minister, on the Daniel Pearl case (22 March 2002)
Prof Makoto Itoh, leading Japanese Marxist economist, on the state of Japanese capitalismt (12 December 2001)
Maulana Motiur Rahman Nizami, head of Bangladesh's Jamaat-e-Islami, on the politics of his party (7 May 2001)
George Andreas Papandreou, foreign minister of Greece, on European security, missile defence and relations with India (21 December 2000)
Gen Mirza Aslam Beg, former Pakistani Army chief, on India's concern for democracy in Pakistan (24 November 1999)

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