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Sunday, August 19, 2007
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Karat cites adverse effects for foreign policy, sovereignty & economic interests and indicates it is for Congress to decide what next
CPI (M) Polit Bureau statement on nuclear deal
“Left parties have said clearly why the deal is not acceptable”
I do not see an ultimatum to Government: Pranab
‘Genuine differences’ but ‘withdrawal of support is not in the statement’
BJP challenges Left to ‘walk the talk’
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party has challenged the Left to “walk the talk” on its stance on the India-United States nuclear cooperation agreement and said the time had come for it to “match words with ...
Put nuclear deal on hold: Karat
Doubts should be clarified and the implications of the Hyde Act evaluated first
No automatic suspension of deal: U.S.
Washington: With the remarks of U.S. State Department spokesman Sean McCormack creating an uproar in India, Washington has clarified that its position remains — that the civil nuclear cooperation will not be suspended automatically even ...
Indian firm acquires uranium mining rights in Niger
The area is likely to hold at least 30,000 tonnes of uranium — “enough to meet India’s requirement for the next 1,000 years”
Agreement with NSG must not contain reference to testing: M.R. Srinivasan
NEW DELHI: India would not like the exemption agreement with the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) to contain any reference to nuclear testing or the right of return of equipment [in the eventuality of a test] as otherwise the civil nuclear deal ...
Congress consults allies on Left parties’ stance
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Congress president Sonia Gandhi began consultations late on Saturday with the constituents of the ruling United Progressive Alliance on the stand taken by the Left parties on the Indo-U.S. nuclear ...
Karunanidhi seeks three more premier institutes for State
Asks Manmohan to set up IIT in Madurai, IIM in Coimbatore, IISER in Tiruchi
Soil profile testing for new flyovers begins
Chennai: The Chennai Corporation has commenced soil profile testing at project sites for four flyovers proposed this year. Local Administration Minister M.K. Stalin had announced the projects during the Assembly session in April. The ...
Rain forces abandonment of match
Ramesh Powar and Luke Wright show their class
Lin Dan takes on Kuncoro
Wang overcomes Zhang in women’s singles
Courser’s habitat under threat again
HYDERABAD: The last known habitat of the critically endangered and enigmatic bird of Andhra Pradesh — Jerdon’s Courser ( Rhinoptilus bitorquatus ) — could once again come under threat. The bird is not found anywhere else ...
Hitler’s bottle of champagne sold
There are rumours that it is poisoned
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