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Bill adopted by 85-12 margin by 100-member Republican-controlled Senate; 5 "killer" amendments rejected
Still a long way for deal to become reality: Manmohan
NEW DELHI: Welcoming the passage of a bill by the U.S. Senate on the civilian nuclear deal, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday said there was still a long way to go for the pact to become "a living reality." Aspects of the two bills ...
Push to strategic ties: Bush
"Will bring India into non-proliferation mainstream"
An important development, says M.R. Srinivasan
"Judgment on nuclear deal only after joint conference of House, Senate"
Concerns must be safeguarded, says BJP
NEW DELHI: : The Bharatiya Janata Party has said here on Friday that "the stated concerns of India as assured by Prime Minister [Manmohan Singh] in Parliament [in relation to the Indo-United States nuclear deal] must be protected and ...
U.S. Senate rejects "killer" amendments
Several laws requiring specific assurances, foreign policy guidelines defeated
Corus gets counter offer
LONDON: Anglo-Dutch steel-maker Corus on Friday acknowledged a counter offer for its acquisition by the Brazilian company CSN, but reserved comments. "Corus notes the recent announcement by CSN and confirms that it has this afternoon received ...
Muslims lagging behind in most development indicators: panel
NEW DELHI: The Rajinder Sachar committee has said that Muslim community was "lagging behind" other religious groups in development indicators and has asked the Government to frame appropriate programmes to address its educational and economic ...
Mamata launches `Dandi march'
In protest against acquisition of farmland for Singur project
Plus Two syllabus to get lighter
Syllabi of all the other classes are being examined
Student "assaulted" by headmaster
For touching his motorcycle
A nightmarish start for India
BENONI: India had a nightmarish start to its tour of South Africa as it suffered a stinging 37-run loss in the one-day warm-up game here on Thursday. India's bowling and batting came apart at the seams in spectacular fashion against South ...
Dravid should continue in the middle-order
Injured Virender Sehwag out of the first ODI
Randhawa, Jeev stay in the hunt
HONG KONG: Jyoti Randhawa and Jeev Milkha Singh continued their brilliant run as they ensured a strong Indian presence on the leaderboard at tied sixth place, three shots off the lead, at the midway stage of the $2 million UBS Hong Kong Open golf ...
Nadal sets Masters semifinal date with Federer
SHANGHAI: Rafael Nadal came from a set down against Nikolay Davydenko on Friday to set up an eye-catching Masters Cup semifinal with fierce rival Roger Federer. The muscular World No. 2 overcame a slow start and a left knee problem to break the ...
Kidnapped child is back home
UP police rescue Anant near Noida-Bulandshahr border; one man arrested
Centre backs State on border row
`Maharashtra's claim on some areas in Karnataka unacceptable'
Plan to end airport flooding on the anvil
VISAKHAPATNAM: Measures to prevent flooding of the Visakhapatnam airport are expected to take shape soon. An exercise to chalk out an action plan had begun after the airport and its terminal building were flooded in October 2005 hitting the ...
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