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    ``Breaking out of isolation to meet energy needs''
    Manmohan defends nuclear energy deal with U.S.

    Four killed in Kashmir blast
    Explosives-laden car hits Army vehicle outside school in Srinagar

    Nuclear deal will lead to a quantum jump: officials
    ``India's obligations were no more and no less than those assumed by the U.S., France or any of the nuclear powers''

    Deal to supply fuel to Tarapur symbolic
    WASHINGTON DC: The Tarapur nuclear power plant had long gone past its intended life cycle and the agreement to supply fuel to the plant was more of symbolic than real long-term value. The joint statement, however, went far beyond fuel supply to ...

    ``Confident of broad support of people''
    "U.S. does not reject India's candidature for Security Council seat"

    Strong case for U.N. seat
    WASHINGTON: Asserting that India had a "strong case" to become a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh hoped on Wednesday that his visit could contribute to a "better appreciation" in the United ...

    Chinese team steps into textile city
    Machinery manufacturers make an impression on industry representatives

    India had the last word: Manmohan
    WASHINGTON: "The desert was very much Indian, so India had the last word," Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said at the luncheon hosted by the National Press Club here on Wednesday. "I was very happy at the mixture that was reflected in the food ...

    One more option for science students
    CHENNAI: Science group students who have passed Standard XII can opt for one-year/two-year paramedical courses in government medical colleges and qualify as technicians. There is no entrance test and the deans of colleges will decide on ...

    Congress pact with Telangana Rashtra Samiti
    Plea to naxalites to shun violence, resume talks

    Pinarayi blames UDF Government for cancellation of agreement
    MoU between KSEB and SNC Lavalin for development of Malabar Cancer Centre

    Another morning, another car, another nightmare
    Another Delhi woman falls victim to a gang-rape not far from Dhaula Kuan

    Security at public buildings to be tightened
    Dharam Singh chairs meet, says State has been warned about attacks

    Counselling for medical seats begins
    Only two seats lost in government quota, says Minister

    Treachery had happened, says Chandy
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has said `treachery' of one sort or the other had definitely happened in the case of the SNC Lavalin deal executed during the period of the LDF Government. "The State has lost nearly Rs.100 ...

    CRICKET/WAUGH ZONE
    England needs to come out swinging
    The time for talking is over. There has been plenty of that from both teams and their coaches but once the members take their customary seats at the home of cricket there will be no place to hide and only actions will count. England go into the ...

    Testing time for Delhi University students
    NEW DELHI: Even as Delhi University's wait for a new Vice-Chancellor drags on, the new academic year has brought in a dilemma of a different kind for hundreds of students in their second and third year at college. With the examination department ...

    CPI (M) calls off fast following assurance
    Committee to study land issues; urban housing standards fixed

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