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Prelude to manned spaceflight?
On Monday, for the very first time, an Indian spacecraft in orbit was brought safely back to earth. From the time small rockets on the Space Capsule Recovery Experiment were fired to slow it down through its fiery re-entry into the atmosphere ...

Speed up the power grid
It is high time the Power Grid Corporation of India expedited putting in place a national power grid. An inter-State grid already exists connecting some parts of the country which the Corporation (PGCIL) uses to evacuate power from the surplus ...

Leader Page Articles
Russia's foreign policy imperatives
By Sergey Lavrov

Russia's consolidation has become a catalyst for positive changes. It is open to constructive dialogue and equitable cooperation with all states.

News Analysis
Only the economy matters
By Max Hastings

The cash-for-honours scandal is a trifle when set against Iraq. But Britain's leaders can get away with anything if the economy holds up.

It's been a hard day's night
By P. Sainath

Hundreds of women in Maharashtra's Gondia district travel from small towns to the villages to earn a daily wage.

Corrections and Clarifications
"On January 11, the U.S. Consulate General, Calcutta, issued a warden message to alert all U.S. citizens travelling to and residing in the northeast of the `serious security threat'", was a sentence in "U.S., Australia and U.K. ask ...

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India and China are key to peace in Asia
Singapore's Foreign MinisterGeorge Yeois no stranger to India. Trade between the two countries, estimated at $10 billion in 2005, is booming and bilateral relations have never been better. Excerpts from an exclusive interview in New Delhi:




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