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    Pranab: nuclear issue may figure in talks with Hu
    "Enough space for both countries to grow"

    Guarded Chinese support to nuclear energy quest
    "Every nation has the right to develop the energy it wants"

    A9 highway linking Jaffna being opened
    COLOMBO: On the eve of the Co-Chairs of Sri Lanka conference in Washington, the Mahinda Rajapaksa Government late on Sunday night ordered opening of the A 9 highway that links rest of the country to the Jaffna peninsula for transportation of ...

    Manmohan assures all support to Karzai
    Says India will "walk hand in hand to make a new Afghanistan"

    Prithvi-II test fired
    BALASORE (ORISSA): Prithvi-II, India's sophisticated surface-to-surface medium range missile, was test fired from the integrated test range (ITR) at Chandipur-on-sea, about 15 km from here on Sunday. Mounted on a mobile launcher, the ...

    Immunisation coverage poor in Assam
    GUWAHATI: Assam Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sharma on Sunday said that 65 per cent of children in the State do not get complete immunisation against six killer diseases — polio, diphtheria, tuberculosis, pertussis (whooping cough), ...

    Activists allege police harassment
    They took part in the November 10 protest against killing of Dalits in Khairlanji

    Prachanda for change in foreign policy
    Advocates a review of all treaties signed by previous monarchical governments

    CRICKET
    Rain washes out first ODI
    Johannesburg: It was a rainy, wind-swept Sunday here. There was nip in the air and water on the turf. Cricket at the Wanderers suffered. The first match of the five-game MTN ODI series required a better start than huge covers being dragged on to ...

    INTERNATIONAL
    Bush, Hu pledge to strengthen relations
    U.S. offers to hold dialogue with China

    Rajapaksa urged to rush relief to Vaharai
    People at LTTE-held Vaharai, Kathiravelli need food: TNA

    Remembering Manjunath Shanmugam
    The IOC officer was killed for trying to stop adulteration of oil

    11 buses vandalised near Koyambedu terminus
    Shifting of Ambedkar statue suspected to be a reason

    BUSINESS REVIEW
    RBI's stress on financial stability
    Importance of macro-economic balance

    Mastermind behind Noida kidnapping arrested
    Arrest took place on Saturday; he had even worked in a tele-serial: Police

    Tata Daewoo on the fast lane
    The company will export HCV kits to Pakistan through a tie-up with a Karachi firm

    Advani opposes joint operation with Pakistan
    BJP will not change its stand on Afzal hanging

    Dalit women set to air programmes
    "We will talk about virtually everything that touches the community"

    Prachanda for change in foreign policy
    Advocates a review of all treaties signed by previous monarchical governments

    Confusion continues as trains get delayed
    Things will improve in two weeks, says railway official

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    NATWAR SINGH'S PEKING DIARY
    "You must decide it [Kashmir] amongst yourselves"
    In 1956 Kunwar Natwar Singh, future Foreign Minister of India, was a 25-year-old second secretary at the Indian Embassy in Beijing. He kept a diary of what he saw, heard, and experienced in China between 1956 and 1958. An Indian ...




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